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The exhibition Grounded Visions is a cooperation between the ZHdK and the ETH Zurich and part of the z-node PhD program at the Institute for Cultural Studies in the Arts, ZHdK. This exhibition presents works by international artists who have been inspired by environmental science.

It includes Brandon Ballengée with photographs of amphibians, Aviva Rahmani with drawings about long-term landscape restoration and Juanita Schläpfer-Miller with a project called Climate Hope Garden 2085. Also Tiffany Holmes shows her innovative eco-visualization software to measure water quality, Andrea Polli presents a project with weather observers in Antarctica and Jill Scott exhibits a media sculpture about sound perception with stories from wild plants. In addition, a community web project by Eugenio Tisselli is shown that was developed with farmers in Tanzania and Angelika Hilbeck.