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    Friday, November 27, 2015

    PARIS ART SHOW SHOCKS CLIMATE CHANGE TO LIFE

    Global panic: art show Exit brings climate change to shocking life; Timed to coincide with the COP21 UN conference in Paris, this video installation is a stark reality check for Earth’s inhabitants as sea levels rise, natural disasters proliferate and forced migration multiplies

    Hannah Ellis-Peterson, 27 November 2015 (UK Guardian)

    “…The statistics around the climate change debate may make for increasingly stark reading, but they suffer from one major drawback: that we, as humans, find it difficult to relate to data – no matter how shocking the numbers… Exit, being staged at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris…[is a] vast 360-degree video installation, with viewers seated in the middle…[that brings] to life – through a number of animated maps, visuals and text – all the data that shows the extent of the human and ecological cost of climate change…[It spans the disciplines of science and art to offer] a ‘new aesthetic for how we can relate to the the destruction of our own planet’…[and brings] to life the current state of planet Earth…” click here for more

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