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Sick of climate inaction? So are we! So we are starting a new movement: a global day of creative action on the day of the UN Summit.
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THE STORY

One year ago, I was lucky enough to be offered the opportunity to be in the Arctic with 28 other creators, activists, change-makers and environmental-enquirers. It was an artist residency that brings together people that want to make change on one of the most vital issues of our time: climate disruption. 

The Arctic
The Arctic

We all know about it. Students are striking, deniers are denying, politicians are pandering and talking in circles to each other about it, scientists are releasing reports that are terrifying, (but there’s a little more on it below for you!) and as artists, Micro Galleries want to do something about it. 

Being in the Arctic, right at the coal face, so to speak, where I could see the absolute and direct effects of the warming of our earth crumbling before me into the ocean, it made it more real than any report possibly could have. The Arctic is one of the last supposedly pristine environments, and I saw what every moment of inaction, uncertainty and blissful ignoring has done, and how much closer to the edge we really were. As a natural freezer for our earth, what happens here, affects everywhere. It is all interconnected. 

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So, why are so many people evading it? After three decades of communication efforts from various industries and governments,  we still are at crisis point. Some of the world’s most prominent leaders at this very moment are still arguing that Anthropocene climate change even exists. 

What’s going wrong? 

And worse, why in all the developing places that Micro Galleries works, did very few people even know what was happening, have any access to information, or even a place in the global conversation about it? They were going to be the worst affected by the changes soon to come, are the most vulnerable, and yet have the least information and power for change.  

The Glacier Trust and Micro Galleries in Deusa
The Glacier Trust and Micro Galleries in Deusa

Climate Injustice. 

But wait! We have an idea! It is Micro Galleries belief that art can change this situation and really add something important to the conversation and provide education and inspiration to make change around the world. 

In the midst of the Arctic, this white, crumbling tragedy, there were creative and curious minds making magic and planting the seeds for new visions and ideas. I threw oranges with Adam Kuby, I buried Claudia Maria Calderon Dianderas naked in the snow, hair sprawling. I created messages with the environment, and then returned it as I found it. I pulled rubbish from beneath sand and rocks to show the incredulous existence of it in this place. It was powerful. 

While each artist played, painted, experimented, I watched the unfolding of new ways of seeing the environment, of engaging with it, of being with it. They were making the intangible, the ephemeral wisps of a concept drowning in data and debate – real, immediate, shocking and part of us all. We were all creating and building a new reality and possible future. 

Image of and by artist Bethany Springer, experimenting onsite in the Arctic
Image of and by artist Bethany Springer, experimenting onsite in the Arctic

Climate disruption art makes the biggest threat to our existence a cultural reality and provides a way for us to include the voices of the most vulnerable communities around the world. 

So we are going to put climate disruption art everywhere and make it accessible to everyone. 

WHAT WE WILL DO

Disrupting Climate Disruption: Global Day of Creative Action!

Register online to participate!
Register online to participate!

On September 21-23, 100 heads of state and government will meet for the 2019 U.N Climate Action Summit in New York. You may have noticed that whenever a huge global meeting happens, there are often large creative responses out front that get a lot of attention from the public and the media, and make the issue much more accessible globally than anything discussed by people in suits inside a closed room!

Greenpeace activists installed this in Rome
Greenpeace activists installed this in Rome

We are going to take this idea and spread it around the world!

On 21 September, creatives and community from across the globe will create, present and document a public, creative response to climate disruption. 

5 Micro Galleries artists across Australia, Indonesia, Kenya, USA and Nepal will be creating public installations and works. Even better, we have options so ANYONE can participate. 

"Sea Level Clock #1" by Adam Kuby
"Sea Level Clock #1" by Adam Kuby

The public (YOU!) can register on our open platform and present a work. It can be anything you can dream up – a mural, an installation, a projection, a song, a dance, a reading, a sculpture – anything! We will provide you with all the tools and information you need to make it a success. 

Artwork by Michelle LL
Artwork by Michelle LL

Don’t have an idea but want to participate? No problem, as one of our artists, Adam Kuby, has created an open source project called “Sea Level 2080” so anyone can be an artist and activist! Just sign up, download all the information and installation guide. It’s simple, but powerful. 

Oh, and here’s the BEST part: we are targeting 5 communities in some of the world’s most vulnerable countries to take part in the “Sea Level 2080” installation. We want to send them a package with all the materials and translated instructions on how to install the work.

We are going to put art in as many places as we can and come together as a global community to share a huge and important message: climate change is real, it affects us all, and we want to inspire change and reimagine a new future together. 

These works, their development and public response will be documented and featured online live, be part of a virtual online exhibition, and form the basis of a micro documentary. This project will culminate with a virtual forum involving participating artists and organisations.

WHY ARE WE DOING IT

Studies show that climate disruption is a difficult problem to tackle, as it’s so intangible, driven by a lot of science and data that can be hard to absorb and understand, and the immediate danger is often affects other people, not us. It’s also clear that people in less privileged situations than us don’t have much information or change to express themselves on this issue – even though within only years they will begin to feel the consequences of a warming world. 

Image by Luigerman
Image by Luigerman

Art is proven to be an excellent medium to encourage people to engage in positive ways with this issue. Not only that, when people are intrigued and inspired, it triggers a long-term and sustainable willingness to engage in an issue and make real change. Apocalyptic messages of doom and fear only trigger people in the short-term, if at all. 

If people are provided an opportunity to engage on a subject with self-autonomy, freedom of interpretation, self-determination, and the work inspires; then this combination psychologically triggers a willingness to consider things in a new light, to embrace unconventional solutions – to really feel as though change is possible. 

Artist Olga Trevisan and Kishan Shrestha creating alongside the Nakabahil community. Image by Lara Furst.
Artist Olga Trevisan and Kishan Shrestha creating alongside the Nakabahil community. Image by Lara Furst.

So basically, there’s loads of proof that art is an incredible way to include people in the conversation, ensure they are represented, and to educate and make change! 

And we need your help to make this happen. 


WHY DO WE NEED YOUR HELP?

In this era of austerity and climate change denying politics, funds are hard to gather. What makes it even harder is that very few funding bodies are interested in helping countries where they have no economic interests…so pretty much everywhere we think art on this subject is needed the most. 

So like rebels with a cause, we are pushing ahead, emboldened by our convictions that art and creative expression is a human right and everyone should be involved in this global discussion on climate change. 

Artist Mari Pavanelli. Image by Lara Furst
Artist Mari Pavanelli. Image by Lara Furst

This project is a labour of love and generosity from the artists involved and the creative team driving it, in order to make some positive social change for the community. So I guess we’re asking, instead of that luscious meal, nice bottle of red or a smashed avocado brunch, instead buy yourself some art from our incredible artists and help us take art and raise the voices of the people who need it the most. 

HOW THE FUNDS WILL BE USED?

Money raised will be used to pay for materials for the MG artists who are volunteering their time and talent, to create the works; postage, translations for instructional guides, and all material for the “Sea Level 2080” boxes which will be sent to developing communities, access to documenters in developing communities as needed, general documentation and development of documentary which will showcase the outcomes and continue the impact, and costs to conduct the virtual forum so we can continue to build on the project in the following year/s.

Artist Olga Trevisan. Image by Lara Furst.
Artist Olga Trevisan. Image by Lara Furst.

BREAKDOWN OF COSTS

Materials for Artworks: 2,500

“Sea Level 2080” boxes for communities in developing areas: 500

Postage of “Sea Level 2080” boxes: 300

Translators: 200

Camera hire for developing communities: 500

Documentation and Documentary: 800

Convening Virtual Forum: 200


WHAT IS MICRO GALLERIES?

Micro Galleries is a free, independent, roaming global arts initiative that uses art as a vehicle to create positive change. We do this through creative interventions in public spaces, workshops, art tours, symposiums, think tanks, and residencies. We work together with communities who are in some kind of social or creative need, and together create new opportunities, imaginings, and creative possibilities. We are primarily volunteer-run.

THE TEAM

A team of highly skilled creatives from around the world striving for positive social change and curating a better future. 

Artistic Director: Kat Roma Greer

Kat is based in Asia and works as an urban disruptor and curator of public art interventions for positive social change. She is the founder and Artistic Director of Micro Galleries, curator of Urban Nasty, and was named as one of Australia's 100 Women of Influence for 2015, for her work in the cultural sphere. 

Creative Producer: Luis Gomez / USA

Artistic Associates: Sarah Sculley / Australia - Helena Asha Knox / Nepal - Vivien Poly / Indonesia - Olga Trevisan / Italy - Dara Hanafi / Indonesia

Marketing and Communications: Max & Buddy Consulting 

Creative Strategist: Zena Churchill / Australia

Director of Visual Narrative: Lara Furst / Australia

Website and Online Management: Kuukii / Germany

Risks and challenges

1 - Saturation of Subject and Information Fatigue from the General Public

Mitigation:
• Ensure dynamic, provocative and inspiring artworks are included, with emphasis on participatory, engaging, and innovative ideas
• Ensuring the discussion is unique, accessible and inspiring

2 – Culture of Apocalyptic Messages in Climate Art

Mitigation:
• Ensure all artworks align with the concept of “positive change’. Artworks that focus on “doom-ism” are shown to have no sustainable, and long-term affects in motivating people to change and awareness. They instead terrify people into immediate action through triggering guilt and shame, but it is not sustained and the status quo returns. Works that inspire have been psychologically proven to mobilise and motivate immediately, and long-term.

Other risks: Installing and operating in a non-traditional, community space. This presents many possible variables that we need funds to circumvent. Creating in these spaces - some in a state of disrepair, will need a range of materials, local expertise and ongoing consultation with community.

Our other main obstacle is that so many wonderful artists are giving so much! The best return we can give them is to ensure their artwork is wonderfully executed and that though they kindly donate their time and work, we are providing as much as we can! This funding will help us achieve this!

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    A passionate creative in Indonesia with problem solving skills who loves to communicate visually about social issues, and make spaces and walls more magical.
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    Hello the Mushroom is a London-based artist whose work can be found in many forms on the streets and in galleries. Her work is mostly based on collage and other reworked found imagery. It takes a humorous approach to sexuality, body image and beauty standards as well as reflecting her recovery from a life-threatening form of cancer. Her work often features skulls representing the transience of life while challenging us to re-evaluate our life’s purpose and priorities.
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    Janna paints without any preconceived image or idea of what the outcome should be. From the unknown, her paintings emerge and evolve. Creating the story, just as you find shapes in the clouds, she finds her creatures in the colours, lines, and textures of her paintings.
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    ARTIST: Meena Khalili
    ARTWORK TITLE: Row Houses in Louisville, KY
    DESCRIPTION OF WORK: One in a series of 365 drawings of Middle America in Louisville, Kentucky
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    Meena Khalili is a professor of design and interaction, who makes daily drawings of ordinary things (it's a compulsion‚ It can't be helped). She is an artist who uses design as a strategy for creation, and a designer who brings artistic methods to her solutions.
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    Artwork by Mim Golub

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    ARTIST: Mim Golub
    ARTWORK TITLE: Line & Circle
    DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Hand made, one of a kind, minimalist paper collage
    SIZE AND MEDIUM:  5”x7”

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    Mail Artist, maker, teacher, learner, encourager, paper weaver, stitcher, gluer, tearer, recycler of found papers, and mailer - Mim is an artist, a maker living in USA. She is a member of the International Union of Mail Artists and spends a considerable amount of creative time sending art out into the world via the post. She has taught Art Foundation at a tertiary level, and specializes in colour and mail art.
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    Artwork by CutNotSlices

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    ARTIST: Purna Sukma Hidayat a.k.a Cutnotslices
    ARTWORK TITLE: Lead The Way
    SIZE AND MEDIUM: Aerosol on canvas, stencils, size 120cm X 80cm.

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    Cutnotslices is a prolific Indonesian street artist who usually uses 15 or more colours in each work that is a Liechtenstein-style treat for your eyes. Embedding forms, texts, and abstract lines he pieces together works about social issues, female empowerment and social equality.
    www.instagram.com/cutxnotxslices

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    Artwork by Vivien Poly

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    ARTIST: Vivien Poly
    ARTWORK TITLE: In The Mountain, 2017
    DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Part of the series of portraits "I will Survive in Java"
    SIZE AND MEDIUM: 21x21 cm black and white photo print on old mill paper packed in an « Artbox »
    Signed/ stamped/ Limited print, 1/30

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    Vivien is a photographer and wheat-paste artist. He's worked in the music industry with international Jazz artists. He later became a filmmaker and had his own culinary show on French TV. He's now living between Indonesia and Europe and is travelling around the world to portray human souls and making sticky urban installations.
    www.vivienpoly.com

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    Artwork by Rachel Honnery

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    ARTIST: Rachel Honnery
    ARTWORK TITLE: Plastosissile
    DESCRIPTION OF WORK: From The Plastosystem Series
    SIZE AND MEDIUM: 2018, oil and acrylic on board, 53cm x 43cm

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    Rachel Honnery's work explores a dystopian view of malignant environments due to climate change. Using a science fiction lens she makes work about places where fake nature is normal and imagines new possibilities as a way to counter environmental shock.
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    Artwork by Eleanor McColl

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    ARTIST: Eleanor McColl
    ARTWORK TITLE: Dragon in Hong Kong
    DESCRIPTION OF WORK: In China, the units of time were once named after animals. This convention is still used informally, and the Chinese zodiac is a well known folk tale to this day. The collection depicts the twelve animals that represent each year of a 12 year cycle. Photographs of transport, accommodation and commerce are ripped, torn, then spliced together, eliciting the ever-changing face of Hong Kong.
    SIZE AND MEDIUM: Archival Pigment Print from Handmade Photo Collage. 13.5 x 9.5 Inches. One of only 100.

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    Eleanor McColl is a multi-disciplinary artist, based in Hong Kong. McColl's work is rooted in place with a focus on the urban environment.
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    Artwork by Rhiannon Hopley

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    ARTIST: Rhiannon Hopley
    ARTWORK TITLE: "Witching Hour"
    DESCRIPTION: Part of a series that was selected as a finalist in The Alice Prize and was Highly Commended in The Gosford Art Prize. Exploring the relationship between the built environment, our land and ourselves. "Witching Hour" has an almost haunting, cinematic, Australian gothic quality about it.
    SIZE AND MEDIUM: Photographic print on aluminium sheet, 50 x 75 cm, AP (Artist proof)

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    A multidisciplinary artist; working primarily in photography, but expanding into mixed media, video, sculpture, installation and curation. Her practice explores our relationship between nature and the urban landscape, and the change that takes place with the fall of night.
    www.rhiannonhopley.com

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    Artwork by Stephanie Rond

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    ARTIST: Stephanie Rond
    ARTWORK TITLE: Seeds of Kindness #22
    DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Original art work on canvas, (hand-cut stencil, spray paint, photo (by Rond), acrylic, paper on canvas. Grommeted and rolled for easy shipping, can hang from grommets (designed so wooden bars slip inside canvas so it stays flat on wall.
    SIZE AND MEDIUM: Approximately 30” x 36”

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    Stephanie Rond is a street artist whose work makes gender roles smaller and the art world's accessibility larger. She is the owner of S.Dot Gallery and runs the website Women Street Artists. When she grows up, she'd like to be a professional cat herder.
    www.stephanierond.com

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