SUPERFLEX: This Is The Tip Of The Iceberg
GENERATOR: University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum presents its inaugural exhibition, SUPERFLEX: This Is The Tip Of The Iceberg, which explores a world where human life depends on coexistence with other species. Emerging from SUPERFLEX’s in-depth research into the deep sea, biodiversity, and the climate, the installation immerses viewers in two parallel and interconnected realms–a terrestrial space unsettled by rising water and a submerged space in the ocean’s depths–to signify the impacts and consequences of climate change, especially relevant to Florida and its coastal communities, and prompting the imagination of a future in which all lifeforms coexist as ecological equals.
SUPERFLEX: This Is The Tip Of The Iceberg is curated by Sarah Howard, Director of GENERATOR: USFCAM, and organized by USFCAM. GENERATOR: USFCAM and its programs are generously supported by USF College of the Arts, Tampa and St. Petersburg; the Florida Department of State, Florida Arts & Culture; the Lee & Victor Leavengood Endowment; and the Stanton Storer Embrace the Arts Foundation.