During 2017 – 2018 Adele Keeley worked with Gobbledegook Theatre to create a theatrical installation exploring the concept of deep time and Anthropocene. The triptych featured as part of the portfolio of work to accompany the ‘Dippy on Tour’ exhibition which saw the National History Museum’s Carnegie Diplodocus visit Dorset County Museum in 2018. Titled A Triptych of the Fossils of the Jurassic Coast, the worked comprised of the Phanerozoic Blueprint, Longcase Geological Cloak and the Toy Anthropocene. Created with the intention of connecting the modern human with the vastness of deep time and the pending new epoch The Anthropocene. 53,000 people visited the museum during the exhibition.
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