Profile of 90 Degrees South by filmmaker Meredith Drum

June 27th, 2012 andrea

Andrea Polli and 90 Degrees South from Meredith Drum on Vimeo.

Profile of 90 Degrees South by Meredith Drum. The video was published on the Good Magazine Blog in 2009:

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Time Lapse Glaciers and Hydroacoustic Recording from Jake Walter

February 27th, 2009 andrea

Jake Walter of the University of California Santa Cruz Planetary and Marine Computing program and contributor of ice movement data to the Sonic Antarctica project has just posted some fascinating time lapse videos and a hydroacoustic (underwater) recording from this season in Antarctica. Here is the link

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Ground Truth video now on Vimeo and

January 6th, 2009 andrea

You can view the full 12 minute video at these two locations:

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Dr. Peter Spichtinger of the ETH Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science

December 15th, 2008 andrea

Last month I spoke with Dr. Peter Spichtinger at the ETH in Zurich about his work studying cirrus clouds in the upper atmosphere and the need for more complete cloud models:

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Current and Upcoming Exhibitions and Screenings

October 13th, 2008 andrea

October 2 – November 7, 2008
EXHIBITION: Sonic Antarctica multi-channel video installation featured in in Eco-Sophia: The Artist of Life, a group exhibition inspired by German philosopher Wolfgang Schirmacher’s 1989 essay of the same name.
The Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery, Church Fine Arts Building University of Nevada, Reno

October 31 – November 9, 2008
FESTIVAL SCREENING: Ground Truth at Cine Gaia, The 1st Rio De Janeiro Botanical Garden International Environmental Film Festival, Rio De Janeiro Brazil

October 15, 2008- April 17, 2009
EXHIBITION: 90degreessouth presented in the form of a live, updated public installation in Coming to You Live featuring artworks drawing from direct news coverage, real time feeds of financial data, and reality TV and its myriad DIY offshoots on YouTube. Participating artists: Ian Burns, Francis Carlow, Saskia Holmkvist, Kimberly Miller, Ola Pehrson, Andrea Polli and Katya Sander and curated by: Sarah Lookofsky, Art in General Curatorial Fellow.
Bloomberg, 731 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10022. Tours available by appointment, to schedule one call 212.219.0473 ext 21, or email

October 18 – November 15, 2008
EXHIBITION: Polli’s Sonic Antarctica sound and multi-channel video installation featured in Atmos, an exhibition of air, sun, clouds and storms.
MIC Toi Rerehiko – Media and Interdisciplinary Arts Centre, Auckland New Zealand

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