After Ice: short film preview

Kieran Baxter (Artist), Þorvarður Árnason (Research group member)

Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

Abstract

After Ice is a short film that explores how the glacial landscapes of the Hornafjörður region of Southeast Iceland are being affected by climate change. By comparing modern-day drone footage with 3D models created from aerial photography collected by the National Land Survey of Iceland throughout the Twentieth Century, we can gain a glimpse of not only the physical changes but also the aesthetics of a disappearing frozen world.

A project by:
Kieran Baxter and Þorvarður Árnason

Historical imagery based on aerial photography from Landmælingar Íslands / Nation Land Survey of Iceland

Drone filming in Vatnajökulsþjóðgarður / Vatnajökull National Park carried out under special permit

Music - Hugar “Aftur í Tíma”

Styrkt af / Sponsored by:
Umhverfis- og auðlindaráðuneytið (verkefnastyrkir) / Ministry for the Environment and Natural Resources (project grants)
Landsbankinn - Samfélagssjóður (umhverfisstyrkir) / Landsbankinn - Community Fund (environmental grants)
Háskólinn í Dundee / University of Dundee

Þakkir / Thanks:
Jöklaveröld / Glacierworld, Hoffell
Háskóli Íslands / University of Iceland
Veðurstofa Íslands / Icelandic Meteorological Office
Náttúrustofa Suðausturlands / South East Iceland Nature Research Center

Sjónhending
IceGuide Glacier
Adventure
Glacier Trips
Stepman
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputFilm
Size3:30
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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    Baxter, K. (Artist), & Árnason, Þ. (Research group member). (2020). After Ice: short film preview. Digital or Visual Products