Image: Ram Vafa
Submissions for Issue #2 of The Earth Issue are now open!
The theme is IMPACT and we are looking for artists who use their creative work as a vehicle for environmental activism. If you have a finished project to pitch to us on the natural world, conservation, or sustainability, we'd love to hear from you!
Please send full submissions to emails above 👆🏽🌱
The Breaking Point is an immersive exhibition, taking the viewer on a journey, which challenges our need to engage in the infinite dialogues occurring around climate change, and the need to understand our role within the environment.
Wilson is a multidisciplinary artist. Working across various mediums, including, film, photo, text, and sculpture. His works primarily explore human behaviour and its effects on the planet, through several themes, such as, consumption. His inspiration for this primarily came from self-reflection on his consumption and what he gave energy to. As well as that, Wilson also was spurred on by the collective unsustainable consumption habits we, as humans, employ, which are having grave effects on the planet.
Brian Foo's The Climate Change Coloring Book contains guided coloring activities that explore scientific research and data related to climate change. The goal is to encourage learning, exploration, and reflection on issues related to climate change through act of coloring.
Climate change is rapidly changing our landscape. Material Magazine caught up with artist Elena Cremona, who is politicising her work to the tune of environmental damage and the stresses we are putting on our planet.
Archive Colective Magazine caught up with Elena Cremona, who’s latest exhibition of landscape photography, Uncertain States, is on show until the 8th of January at the Jam Factory, London.