The Seagrass Walk is an immersive installation that was created at the National Marine Aquarium. Light, photography, sculpture and video combine to raise awareness about one of the world’s most threatened ecosystems. In Britain, seagrass meadows are shrinking at an alarming rate. Approximately 500 hectares are lost per year, mainly due to avoidable human activity. Rosie Sherwood is an artist and writer whose interdisciplinary practice focuses on the natural world. She operates at the axis of environmental sciences and fine art, contributing to dialogues around the climate emergency and humanity’s complex relationship with nature.
Image Credits: Rosie Sherwood, The Seagrass Walk, (2022). Installation view. Dimensions variable.