Art engages people with climate change

Art engages people with climate change – our film

HELIX sponsored a major climate change communication event to engage the general public, seen by nearly 26k people. Respond: Climate Change was a unique exhibition in October 2017, bringing together four contemporary artists to explore the issue of climate change, in a very public space, at The Forum, during the fiurst Norwich Science Festival The artists; Janice Kerbal, John Kelly, Elizabeth Wright and Alice Bouttell use drawing, photography, animation and other media to consider the way society perceives and responds to global climate change. Respond | Climate Change also presented the latest environmental science, featuring Globaia and the Global Carbon Atlas, and seeks to capture the response of the public to the artwork and to the issues it explores. The main exhibition was funded by the Arts Council for England with support from several sources including HELIX.

Here is the film we made of Respond | Climate Change

Respond – Climate Change from tyndallcentre on Vimeo.