Aim: Discover Heartbeat of the Earth, a series of online artworks exploring rising sea levels, acidifying oceans, and more.
Duration: 90 min.
Number of participants: 5 – 20
- to explore what happens when artist and climate data come together
Materials: Computer and stable internet connection
Heartbeat of the Earth is a series of online artworks created in collaboration between 8 artists, the Google Arts & Culture Lab, and the UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change), responding to and interpreting scientific climate data. It can be visited thor this link: https://artsandculture.google.com/story/dAURnqK6udbDWA , and the facilitator should open the link on his computer while sharing the screen with the participant in the virtual meeting on any platform (we recommend ZOOM).
Once the presentation starts the facilitator should enable the sound in the top right corner, and change the slides to the arrow at the bottom of the page.
Once the first video comes, the facilitator should press start and follow the instructions.
The facilitator should prepare prior to the implementation of the virtual activity and decide if they would go through all the art series or explore only a few, depending on the number of participants and the duration of the activity.
- Participants explored different videos and experiments that empashe the climate change of earth thor artistic and interactive ways