One other display that I really enjoyed was the work of Sarah van Borek's students at Emily Carr, who created a series of poster designs that expropriate the visual language of advertising to promote the value of natural capital. This work highlights the fact that we fail to value the natural capital intrinsically, but we are also failing to value it by its economic utility, too. There have been economists who've been calling this out for years, but so far, their voices haven't been heard well outside the academic circles -- probably because including natural capital profoundly re-calculates national wealth, and would upset too many comfortable habits.
It was a very interesting show, well-curated by Cyndy Chwelos. I look forward to next year's exhibit.