Eerie blue men submerged under water warn of climate change

October 13, 2015 by  
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BIG launches Kickstarter for a steam ring generator atop the world’s cleanest power plant

August 17, 2015 by  
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Back in 2013, the Bjarke Ingels Group broke ground on what is slated to become the world’s cleanest power plant. Located in Copenhagen, Denmark, the 95,000 sq m Amagerforbrændingen Energy Plant will not only turn the city’s trash into energy, but the entire facility will also double as a green-walled ski slope—no, really. But now BIG is seeking the public’s help with one last feature of the power plant; a generator that will send a ring of steam over Copenhagen every time one tonne of carbon dioxide is released, providing a clear depiction of our contribution to climate change . Read the rest of BIG launches Kickstarter for a steam ring generator atop the world’s cleanest power plant

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Andreco used nature as art to create this intriguing living wall

June 22, 2015 by  
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In the climate change era, the environment needs new symbols to inspire change. ?One artist is making that happen by creating artworks that focus on the relationship between humanity and nature, and between the built environment and the natural landscape. ?According to Andreco , “the objective of my research is to produce new visions, symbols and formulas, to make the invisible visible, showing the beauty of the hidden natural process as a contemporary alchemist that learns from the past.”  ?The artwork production process is mostly site specific and influenced by the local people and environment, sometimes creating a delicate balance, others times a heavy impact. The artist transposes natural elements from the landscape to the built environment, changing the point of view, the perception and the conventional meaning of the objects, with the clear statement of ?“Nature as Art”. In this piece, geometric paint echoes the shape of the rocks below, while living vines climb up through the shapes to create an intriguing living wall . + Andreco The article above was submitted to us by an Inhabitat reader. Want to see your story on Inhabitat ? Send us a tip by following this link. Remember to follow our instructions carefully to boost your chances of being chosen for publishing! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “living wall” , Andreco , Andreco art , Andreco living wall art , Art , climate change art , green art , living all art , Living Walls , nature art , nature as art , Street art

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Artist Swoon Tackles Climate Change in Superstorm Sandy-Inspired Exhibit

April 11, 2014 by  
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Swoon , a Brooklyn artist famous for her use of recycled materials, has just unveiled her newest exhibit: Submerged Motherlands. Inspired by Superstorm Sandy , this sprawling and immersive art installation calls attention to the consequences of climate challenge on the environment and everyday people. Located in the Brooklyn Museum , this site-specific installation mixes salvaged art with Swoon’s signature life-size figure drawings. READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Brooklyn , brooklyn artist , brooklyn museum , Climate Change , climate change art , immersive art , Recycled Materials , salvaged art , site-specific art , swoon , swoon artist

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Art Visible From Space Brings Attention To Climate Change

November 25, 2010 by  
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The Earth’s first ever global climate art project is underway, and it’s larger than life. 350.org has launched a worldwide exhibit called 350 Earth, where the ground is the walls on which the art will hang and the sky is the gallery from which it can be viewed. Sixteen giant art pieces have been laid on the Earth’s surface in twelve different countries and their message is one of  climate change awareness.

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