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…”