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In May 2009, to prepare for his exhibition on the Arctic, renowned animal sculptor, Mark Coreth set off across the Baffin Island sea-ice in search of polar bears.  Local guides took him and filmmaker, Oliver Parker, across a breath-taking environment of frozen sea. Here they encountered an array of Arctic birdlife and Inuit hunters on the trail of seal and polar bears. They also discovered a land of ancient blue icebergs, crumpled ice ridges and desert terrain. In his search for the elusive polar bear, Mark soon found himself merging with the bear’s ice-locked kingdom; a kingdom showing the premature signs of Arctic spring. 

Mark captures the essence of the Arctic in the form of a life-sized ice-sculpture of a polar bear for Trafalgar Square. As it melts, it leaves a skeleton, a pool of water and a powerful environmental message.

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