The urban realm of Paris is being transformed by art this week, disseminating the critical message of climate action worldwide. Public space in cities is the perfect medium for such provocative work, as its democratized nature ensures chance encounters. Of course this is fitting as climate change is equally indiscriminate. My fave projects below:
  1. Where the Tides Ebb and Flow by Pedro Marzorati
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  2. Brandalism
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  3. #1Heart1Tree
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  4. #TheStandingMarch by JR and Darren Aronofsky
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  5. Breaking the Surface by Michael Pinsky
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  6. The People's Climate March
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  7. Earth Crisis Globe by Shepard Fairey
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  8. Ice Watch Paris by Olafur Eliasson
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