Knock knock. Who’s there? Climate change

dear climate

By Megan Darby

The main summit is over, but Climate Week continues in New York, with events on everything from insurance to “compassionate data” (search me).

Among the number-crunching, there is space for the arts.

The Dear Climate project offers “a new way to talk about the weather” in a series of 6 audio works and 68 posters you are invited to download and print.

On the project’s homepage, the artists Marina Zurkow, Una Chaudhuri, Oliver Kellhammer and Fritz Ertl write a letter to the climate.

It begins: “Dear climate,

“We really blew it. We’re sorry. We had other ideas and forgot about finitude.

“But we’re trying…”


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