“I honestly believe that our rapidly changing planet, and the ongoing climate-induced global challenges we face, can’t be solved without a greater emphasis on the creative arts.”
Michael Gresalfi‘s video presentation of his artworks with his own narration offers educators and advocates one example of personally communicating the science of climate change through a creative medium — from the failure of major global COP conferences that don’t engage imagination and trust, to the clear evidence of environmental collapse and some of the many positive actions we can take to counter this.
“Our Changing Planet” Slideshow. An artist’s reflection on the immediate effects of climate change and some common-sense suggestions to help mitigate it’s local and global impact. Featuring artwork from Michael’s series, “Our Changing Planet” with his own narration.
Michael is a member of the ClimateCultures community lead by Mark Goldthorpe.
ClimateCultures was created in March 2017 as a network of artists, curators and researchers and as an online space for these creative minds to share their responses to our ecological and climate predicaments. We now have over 150 members and a large selection of posts from a growing number of authors.“