PEI artist Rilla Marshall uses weaving to bring climate change sharply into focus

PEI-based Rilla Marshall artist uses textiles as “a translation tool,” she says, conveying data about rising sea levels and disappearing coastlines in Atlantic Canada that she collected by poring over aerial images, maps and government studies.


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