The Landscape of Gorges of Melfa in moonlight
       
     
The Landscape of Gorges of Melfa in moonlight
       
     
Above the Earth
       
     
Above the Earth
       
     
Above the Earth
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
The Landscape of Gorges of Melfa in moonlight
       
     
The Landscape of Gorges of Melfa in moonlight

...as seen from the Emiliano Nardone Observatory, Frosinone, Italy.

Pale Blue Dot Collective was formed in early 2017. It is co-run by Louise Beer and John Hooper

Through exhibitions, performances, screenings and symposiums we endeavour to bring a new perspective about the detrimental impact of climate change, not only us as individuals, our societies but all life and all environments. Framing the impact through the eyes of evolution and the immense time period it has taken for each form of life to arrive at this point, we want to create a space for discussion around the damage we are collectively participating in and its universal impact.

The Landscape of Gorges of Melfa in moonlight
       
     
The Landscape of Gorges of Melfa in moonlight

...as seen from the Emiliano Nardone Observatory, Frosinone, Italy.

Above the Earth
       
     
Above the Earth

As we pollute not only our planet but the space around our planet we cut ourselves off from the rest of the Universe.

Above the Earth
       
     
Above the Earth

As we pollute not only our planet but the space around our planet we cut ourselves off from the rest of the Universe.

Above the Earth
       
     
Above the Earth

As we pollute not only our planet but the space around our planet we cut ourselves off from the rest of the Universe.

       
     
Smoke and Birds
       
     
Photon Film by Louise Beer & John Hooper
       
     
River film

Made during the Natives residency in Swaledale North Yorkshire, this film is a response to the changing environment of the area and the effects of the recent floods.

       
     
If You Could Collaborate — Michael Moloney & John Hooper

Part of the If You Could Collaborate exhibition, January 2010.

Film maker Michael Moloney and photographer John Hooper made a time-lapse film set 2500ft up a big hill in the Great Langdale area of The Lake District. They shot continuously for 24 hours with the camera rotating twice through 360°.

       
     
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