Exhibition // MAK – Vienna Biennale for Change – CLIMATE CARE: Reimagining Shared Planetary Futures
Make sure to visit Vienna Biennale for Change 2021, and more specifically MAK’s exhibition CLIMATE CARE: Reimagining Shared Planetary Futures, also featuring Officina Corpuscoli’s work.
The curated exhibition demonstrates through a wide range of art, design, and architecture projects how creative minds can play a central role in shaping an ecologically and socially sustainable “Climate Modernity”, conducting visitors on a voyage of discovery through an inspiring panorama of ideas, processes, and narratives on key areas of life and activity, to include nourishment and nurture, living, motion, production, cooperation, and the mobilisation of active hope.
About Vienna Biennale for Change 2021
Under the motto PLANET LOVE, the VIENNA BIENNALE FOR CHANGE 2021 promotes passion for our environment, sustainable change of economy and society, and collective responsibility for the future of our climate. Starting point is a fundamentally new relationship of humans towards the Earth borne by humility, respect, and appreciation of its biological diversity and beauty. Our planet is the only one to provide ideal climatic conditions for human life. There is no Planet B. If we love the Earth, we are also willing to take care of it. At the heart of the multi-sector biennale is the aspiration of global CLIMATE CARE and a forward-looking transition of Digital Modernity to an ecologically and socially sustainable Climate Modernity. In exhibitions, discourse programs, and projects in the public space, visionary designs and outstanding ideas by artists and creatives will be presented. They will inspire our imagination and provide innovative solutions regarding climate care, decontamination and preservation of ecosystems, protection of the diversity of species, and the application of digital technology for the benefit of climate and environment.
Click here for more information about CLIMATE CARE.
28 May – 3 October, 2021
MAK – Museum of Applied Arts – Vienna (AT)