"Greenland is the largest island in the far North, on the very edge of most people’s imaginations. North of Disko II has a fascination with Greenland and the Arctic region from our experiences last time in ‘13 and from how climate change appears to be gathering momentum, and 56,000 people who live on the island deal with the consequences by changing and adapting. Greenlanders have survived for thousands of years in an environment and climate that we would find unmanageable.
What are we now doing that is effecting this way of life, which it surely is? As individuals and as a community? Are we globally at a tipping point- over population - religious polarisation and intolerance - climate warming through excessive hydro carbon use? Our aim and objective is to spotlight the practical consequences on a country and community faced with the first round. Will we be next?
We aim to visually record from underwater, from on the water and from the air, the physical aspects of this island. We would also hope to talk to and record some of the thoughts and issues that are now confronting the communities that live there. It is worth thinking about...
So please join us by following the blogs and the visual outcomes as these become available, and even ask questions of your own. The huge help and assistance of all those who have contributed in so many ways I hope will be reflected in our outcomes."