APOCALYPSE ANONYMOUS


How are we, as individuals and communities, psychologically processing strange weather patterns, environmental degradation and species loss associated with climate change? Through interviews with experts, conversations with communities, and participation in online forums, Tiyan Baker and Loren Kronemyer have gathered some of the diverse responses to climate anxiety that pervade our collective consciousness.

Installed in Parramatta Park as part of the Big Anxiety Festival 2017, Apocalypse Anonymous features three retrofitted shipping containers that offer portals into these different preparedness strategies, each containing an multi-sensory installation featuring first-hand documents from communities of people who are getting ready for the end.


Apocalypse Anonymous, 2017, installation view, photography: Julian Frichot.


Apocalypse Anonymous, 2017, installation view, photography: Julian Frichot.


Apocalypse Anonymous, 2017, installation view, photography: Julian Frichot.


Apocalypse Anonymous, 2017, installation view, photography: Julian Frichot.


Apocalypse Anonymous, 2017, installation view, photography: Julian Frichot.


Apocalypse Anonymous, 2017, installation view, photography: Julian Frichot.


Apocalypse Anonymous, 2017, installation view, photography: Julian Frichot.


Apocalypse Anonymous, 2017, installation view, photography: Julian Frichot.







I live and work on the lands of the Gadigal and Wangal people of the Eora nation.
This sovereign land was never ceded.
The land I live on always was and always will be Aboriginal land.