Climate change and environmental issues
may appear distant from the individual's point of view, in the shadow of
a major crisis that would give rise to actions to prevent the worst
outcome. In the light of
abstract problem solving, helplessness may dishearten the individual’s
belief in the ability to influence the situation. Therefore, it is
important that we keep talking about climate change and environmental
issues because we can all make a difference by taking positive action
The Prelude project utilizes art as a means to evoke ecological awareness. It also takes into account the virtual space as a potential venue for its platform, enhancing the availability of its message. At this point, the project includes the following work: The Core of Eden, The Tune and Untitled Dreams. The project will expand with an interactive installation in a forthcoming exhibition in January 2019, it will enable viewers to share their thoughts on positive actions to reduce human impact on the environment. The Prelude site is an ongoing process, it will be updated with art on display in physical environments, social media interactions and also various sources of information for thought and aspiration.
Abandoned plants in greenhouses. Frozen air, trapped in ice.
Unveiling a divided landscape in the motion of change.
What do we see and what do we want to believe, being seen?
THE CORE OF EDEN
The distant tune of an artificial seashell.
A sculpture perhaps, yet futuristic
with echoes of plastic garbage and environmental change.
The subdued drum roll of muted waves
Magnified by ignorance
What is over there is also over here