We are proud to host works by Tomás Saraceno. Saraceno's works speak of an ongoing desire to communicate the extent to which humans, animals and plants relate to the air and the impact of combustion-generated pollutants on public health and climate change. The focus of this exhibition is the tiny particulates in the air called black carbon or soot.
In the Interpretive Space of the exihibition, we explore the science of soot. This section features research by CCL researchers.
More about the Exhibition See Photo and Data Gallery
Partipate in a series of activities including walks in Milwaukee neighborhoods to monitor air qualty, a virtual talk by Saraceno, building a fossil fuel-free air sculpture or make art with air pollution.
This exhibition and related programming is developed by researchers of Computational Combustion Lab. The research focus of CCL is to unravel mysteries of combustion and related processes via multiscale, multiphysics modeling
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