Kadir Van Lohuizen
12 Oct 2015 - 20 Mar 2016
10am - 6pm
Cité des sciences et de l'industrie
30, avenue Corentin Cariou
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Climate, the expo 360, decryption of current scientific evidence, current debates and challenges ahead, perceptions of contemporary artists works, installations and photographs.
This exhibition path unfolds on two levels, in the lobby of the Museum of Science and Space Science News, close to the Solar Impulse 1.
In the lobby:
• Fourteen photographs by Kadir van Lohuizen themed consequences of rising sea levels.
• Two monumental art installations BUBBLE AND WHITE CUBE CRYSTAL collective The Radiolarians: Marine Dillard, Caroline Gaussens, Pegaz Denis Blanc, Xavier Tiret
"The Day the Earth and Earthlings will set the climate problem ..."
In this imaginary question, "Radiolaria" which won the competition launched by the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie with the support of BNP Paribas Foundation responded with a double art installation that gives see two possible mutations the human being, according to behave flexibly or denial on climate problem
Science in Space News, the first level of the City, the exhibition shows a true scientific inquiry around climate change.
Two works of art come to ask ourselves: ICE BLOCK 2 BLOCK 2 Toyer and Pauline EARTH WHERE ARE WE? Kadir van Lohuizen: With the white blocks and ochres of the visual artist Pauline Toyer, instead of water which melts ice and flows over the earth in the redesigning. As for panoramic film on three screens of the photographer-videographer Kadir van Lohuizen, it immerses us above sea level, where the people of the entire Earth, taken here in one block, take the brunt of the effects of climate change.