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    Sichuan Fine Art Institute and Gallery 501, Chongqing, China

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A series of striking images that show the ever-changing state of the natural world are currently on show in China as part of a major new exhibition.

Flow is a showcase of the photographic talents of academics and doctoral students at Plymouth University, and features a range of works taken all over the world.

They include pictures of cliff erosion on the coast of South West England, melting ice in Northern Europe, human interaction with the Yangtze river flowing east from Tibet and the aftermath of an earthquake in Greece almost 2,500 years ago.

Curated by Professor Liz Wells, from the University‚Äôs School of Art and Media, Flow is open to the public in Chongqing until December 26. It will then move to the Jia Ling Jiang Gallery in Nanchong City in January 2015.

Flow is made up of works by the Land/Water and the Visual Arts research group based in the School of Art and Media at Plymouth University. Land/Water includes artists, writers and curators who interrogate nature and culture, aesthetics and representation, questioning imagery and practices relating to land, landscape and place.

News release: Exhibitions in China give snapshot of changing world (1 December 2014)

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Image credit: Liz Nicol.

Liz references rivers through discarded swan feathers, marking the presence of the birds through their absence.

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