Intersecting public art, science communication and information and graphic design, Professor Thomas Starr designed a series of public signs that situate probable futures due to climate change. These signs are part of site-specific installations that aim at brining climate change home. They form a series of “remembrance trails” in the cities of Durham (NH), Essex and Cambridge (MA). In order to foster awareness on the matter, Prof. Starr took a step further beyond simply presenting information: he brought information to where it was needed.
Read more about this project at News@Northeastern by Molly Callahan. Photos by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University.