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Title Art + climate = change / edited by Kelly Gellatly, Bronwyn Johnson and Guy Abrahams.

Publication Info. Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Publishing, 2016.

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Summary In a period of profound environmental and social upheaval, climate change has become one of our greatest challenges. Yet for many of us, fear, confusion and frustration mean we are reluctant to consider, let alone act on this pressing issue. Rational engagement with science is vital to forming solutions to this challenge. But a cultural shift is also needed. Artists have the capacity to develop a narrative that recognises the reality of our present and inspires a vibrant, positive vision of our future. Presenting the work of Australian and international artists across twenty-nine exhibitions and events, ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE explores the power of art to create the empathy, emotional engagement and cultural understanding needed to motivate meaningful change.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Foreword / Guy Abrahams -- Museums and the public good / Kelly Gellatly -- Art in a harsh climate: pathways to a just and resilient post-carbon culture / John Wiseman -- Nature/revelation -- Amy Balkin: Public smog -- David Buckland: Discounting the future -- Debbie Symons and Jasmine Targett: The catchments project -- In debt: saving seeds; grassy woodlands -- Rosemary Laing: Weathering -- Hannah Bertram: Global dust project -- John Mawurndjul and Gulumbu Yunupingu: Earth and sky -- Phase change: systems design for a warming world -- Altered vistas -- Japanese art after Fukushima: return of Godzilla -- Perceptive power -- Megan Keating: The paper canary; David Stephenson and Martin Walch: the Derwent project -- Marjolijn Dijkman: Theatrum orbis terrarum -- Soren Dahlgaard: The Maldives exodus caravan show -- Angelina Pwerle: Time and space -- Chris Jordan: Intolerable beauty: facing the mirror of mass consumption -- Earth matters: contemporary photographers in the landscape -- Charmaine Pike and Sue Lovegrove: Landforms and lagoons; Martin King: Forest of dreams -- The significant other -- The warming, anthropSLAM and anthropocene cabinet of curiosities -- Debbie Symons and Jasmine Targett: The politics of perception -- Tomorrow never dies -- Baby it's hot outside!
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Subject Environment (Art) -- Australia -- Melbourne (Vic.) -- Exhibitions.
Environment (Aesthetics) -- Exhibitions.
Artists -- Exhibitions.
Art, Australian -- 21st century -- Exhibitions.
Creative thinking.
Chronological Term 2000-2099
Indexed Term Australian
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Exhibition catalogs.
Added Author Gellatly, Kelly, editor.
Johnson, Bronwyn, editor.
Abrahams, Guy, editor.
Other Form: Original 9780522869569 0522869564 (OCoLC)937389286
ISBN 0522869572
9780522869576 (electronic bk.)
9780522869569
0522869564