UNCC professor works to translate climate research on rocks into art and understanding

Wednesday, December 2, 2020

In March, multimedia artist and UNC Charlotte associate professor Marek Ranis spent 12 days in eastern California in the remote reaches of the Sierra Nevadas, deep within the boulders. He was working alongside colleague and geologist Martha Cary “Missy” Eppes on the first leg of a research project examining how climate affects the cracking and weathering of rocks.

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