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The rivers of Hoa Binh Mrong Dam
The rivers of Hoa Binh Mrong Dam

Photographic collage on satin silk. Vietnam National University, Hanoi, 2018. © Nicole Manley 2018.

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The Song Day limestone
The Song Day limestone

Photographic collage on satin silk. Vietnam National University, Hanoi, 2018. © Nicole Manley 2018.

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The mountains and the sea united
The mountains and the sea united

Photographic collage on satin silk. Vietnam National University, Hanoi, 2018. © Nicole Manley 2018.

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Landscape and water
Landscape and water

Air dried clay and sound sculpture. Vietnam National University, Hanoi, 2018. © Nicole Manley 2018.

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The Red River series
The Red River series

Landsat 7 ETM, bands 2,4, 7 collage and lino cut prints of Red River trace. Vietnam National University, Hanoi, 2018. ©Nicole Manley, 2018.

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The Red River

The Red River Delta in Vietnam is a flat low-lying plain formed by the Red River, which flows into the Gulf of Tonkin and is the second largest river in Vietmnam.  The delta provides critical supplies of food, energy, water and socio-economic resources to a population of ~30m. The potential for loss of life and livelihoods in the delta is significant in the face of future changes to climate, sea-level, and land-management. There are multiple coupled natural and human hazards and stakeholders means that hazards may interact and cascade through the system. This exhibition explores the relationship of environment to the river and how we alter this environment as the River continues to flow through the landscape.