art for climate change

Yesterday I went to check out the local art gallery.

One of the few exhibits showed mummy-like bodies wrapped in gold lying on a beach.

This was ART created to highlight ‘Climate Change’.

A strong image. A disturbing image. An effective image

There was an art magazine with coverage on this & two other artists who were creating art for climate change.

And I realised that I too
could be part of this.

Helping people see the devastation that we have created with ‘our’ carelessness. To accept the burden of guilt for what we have done to destroy this beautiful planet. To understand why so many youngsters look at us with disdain, while they have the job of cleaning up after us.

Ummmm…  excuse me while I vomit.

I hope my ‘climate change’ photography will help you with the greatest role you have now – to question everything especially those aiding the destruction of the planet while blinded by visions of their own intrinsic goodness & never seeing what is right in front of their eyes.

‘Art” is falling out of the sky everyday in the form of coloured thread-like filaments.

If the job of art is to make us question,
I dare you to question this.

 

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April 8, 2018. Uncategorized.

3 Comments

  1. AMComix NZ replied:

    Nice questioning! and the webs could be soooo much more than we “know” *smiles* Interwebs for the world wide wireless plan perhaps. Nicely presented, hope you took a snap shot of the vomit so you can put in the art gallery right next to the mummies.

    Cheers mon ami!

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  2. Maria Rigel replied:

    Five threads to untie…

    How many threads in a spider web have to break for it to fall apart?

    Like

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