Science & Art Exhibition
12 December 21 – 30 January 22 Kunst(Zeug)Haus Rapperswil
Seventy percent of our planet’s surface is covered by oceans. They contain 97% of all water on Earth. These numbers alone show how closely human life is connected to the oceans. Climate change is the biggest challenge our society is currently facing, threatening not only our survival but the health of all ecosystems of the planet. Nowhere is this more evident than with the rapid and devastating decline in the health of oceans, leading to a decline in the health of food systems, economic and geopolitical stability.
“DEAR2050: Oceans on the rise” is an exhibition, a festival of education, cultural events, performances, interactive get-togethers, discussion spaces, and art encounters enabling transdisciplinary collaboration between artists and scientists, highlighting the oceans. The project promotes and supports the creation of sustainable art. It translates scientific knowledge into accessible language and creates direct contact points with climate science for the Swiss audience.
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24 Oct – 6 Nov 2020
Discover the archive of
“Humans Respond to Climate Change”
Our plenary sessions created a space for challenging questions and inspiring answers at the intersection of art and science.
Young scientists and international artists created exclusive and surprising insight on climate change for the 2020 call “Human Responses to Climate Change”.
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We are working hard to make climate science accessible to everyone. If you like what we are doing, and want to see the 2021 exhibition “Oceans on the rise” come to life, consider supporting us and the artists.