mac Birmingham exhibits a number of works that take changes in the natural environment and its ecology as a starting point, the selection and curation of works referencing mac’s site within Cannon Hill Park. Milly Rowland’s brightly coloured monoprints reveal a subaquatic world of hybrid sea creatures, Jade Hamilton’s sculptures Future Mess (2016) consisting of planted glass diomes with breathing apparatus critique rising air pollution levels and Damian Massey spray paints discarded clothing and twigs to create large-scale worms and bugs. Halina Dominska’s work Bound to (2016) of soft silicone tendrils with sensors reacts to the movement and interaction of visitors to seemingly ‘breathe’ and Susan Brisco’s video installation Are they more aware than first thought? (2016) suggests plant intelligence and communication.