On the occasion of Governor Jerry Brown’s Global Climate Action Summit on September 12-14, 2018 the #Reframeclimate campaign comes to the Bay Area.
Dysturb is partnering with the Magnum Foundation to bring this activation focused on climate change throughout the USA. We've also teamed up with the Asia Society's Coal + Ice exhibition at Fort Mason from Sept 4-21, as well as Bay area local organizations such as Culture Strike, CCA, Vessel Gallery, UC Berkeley, Our Childrens’ Trust Youth Plaintiff Collaboration and the Palo Alto Art Center.
#Reframeclimate is an initiative created by Dysturb and Magnum Foundation during the 2015 Paris Climate Change Conference to activate public space by wheat-pasting large-scale photographs around the city. Each pasted image includes an interactive prompt, which allows the viewer to hear the story behind the image directly from their phone.
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The featured photographers are Arko Datto, Ciril Jazbec, Ed Kashi, Erika Larsen, Evgenia Arbugaeva, Felipe Jacome, George Steinmetz, Georgina Goodwin, Gideon Mendel, Guillaume Collanges, Ian Teh, Jonas Bendiksen, Kadir Van Lohuizen, Matt Black, Nichole Sobecki, Noah Berger, Paolo Pellegrin, Philip Montgomery, Probal Rashid, Ruben Salgado Escudero, Siam Diab, Stanley Greene, Tomas Munita, Travis Marshall, Yuyang Liu and Zied Ben Romdhane, Adrienne Surprenant, Arati Kumar-Rao, Ed Ou, James Whitley Delano, Jorge Panchoaga, Katharina Hesse, Katie Orlinsky, Mauricio Susin, Michael Christopher Brown, Nick Moir and Thomas Lekfeldt.
Installed in the Bay Area
Previously to reaching the Bay Area, part of the Dysturb team drove all the way from New York to San Francisco, pasting up large-format images in Detroit, Chicago, Denver, Las Vegas, and the Death Valley, as seen below.
Installed in Detroit, Chicago, Denver, Las Vegas and the Death Valley