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Art Exhibition supporting Germany's candidacy to host the Green Climate Fund

Climate change is altering the world. Prompting us to change the way we think. These artists open our eyes. To a new relationship with nature and to more responsible behaviours. To a whole new vision of the world. Art creates fresh perspectives – perspectives that change the ways we think and act. These artists have a message: we must combine efforts to protect the environment and make a positive impact – the world depends on it. Germany has offered this vision an effective home with its application to host the
Green Climate Fund in Bonn.

Our common goal: Turning Vision into Impact.

Seven artists from Europe, Latin America and Africa present their views of the world and
its changing climate. They have long engaged with local and global questions of survival
and coexistence in their work, and, in their different ways, all deal with the geological, biological
and societal implications of climate change.
This exhibition is flexible and wandering. Projects can be changed and exchanged.
It iscurated by Dr Christian Schoen and his colleague Dr Serafine Lindemann and has received the generous support of the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany.

Climate Change Minds_Ausstellungeröffnung
On occasion of the exhibition opening at Kunstmuseum Bonn: Jürgen Nimptsch (Mayor Bonn), Dirk Niebel (Development Minister), Christian Schoen (curator) and Klaus Töpfer (former Minister and Executivedirector of UNEP). Photo: GIZ



Participating artists: Mathias Braschler/Monika Fischer (CH), Simon Faithfull (GB), René Francisco (CU), GAEG: Wolfgang Aichner/Thomas Huber (DE), Kalle Laar (DE), Mishek Masamvu (ZW), Rúrí (IS), Res Ingold/Stephan Andreae (CH/DE).

Climate Change Minds_Braschler Fischer Climate Change Minds_Mishek Masamvu Climate Change Minds_Faitfull_Gaeg

Exhibition views. Photos: GIZ

The exhibition was launched at Kunstmuseum Bonn - in collaboration with Bundeskunsthalle Bonn - in May 2012 and travelled to various Cities such as Rio de Janeiro and Berlin throughout the year.

Here you can find the exhibition brochure as pdf