Gallery: ECO ART: A Glimpse Into COP15’s Exhibits and Installations

Hyperkinetic Kayak, Jette Gejl, Rethink: Contemporary Art and Climate Change
 

Whether it’s through education, perspective-shifting installations, scientific research, or direct action, art is very much a part of the global-warming dialogue and this has never been more apparent than during COP15. Beyond the flock of individual installations and exhibitions currently showing in Copenhagen, numerous COP15 focused exhibitions and spin-offs are appearing beyond the borders of Denmark. Over the next week Inhabitat will be jumping into all that is COP15 eco-art, but before we do that we’d love to give you a sampling of our favorite standouts thus far!

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  1. ArthurPrudentt777 December 12, 2009 at 2:36 pm

    Funny design, but I am not sure if it would safe the climate

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