'The ice caps are melting. New landscapes are created through rising sea levels. And as the ice sheets shrink, more light is absorbed onto the earth’s surface, further accelerating global warming. A vicious circle.'
State of Change documents melting ice in a sea of negative space, suggesting the profound impacts of human-induced climate change on the landscape.
Emilio Cresciani is an artist based in the Gadigal land (Sydney, Australia), whose artwork explores redundancy and urban change. He has been a finalist in the Earth Photo Award London, KL PhotoAward, Bowness Photography Prize, and Northern Beaches Environment Award, among others.