ArtCOP21

The Great Clamour for Climate

Chantal Latour, musician, Bruno Latour, philosopher, Jean-Pierre Seyvos, compositeur, Jean-Marie Leau, choir director et composer

29 Nov - 12 Dec 2015, 12 - 8pm

Paris, Ile de France

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When

29 Nov - 12 Dec 2015
12 - 8pm

Where

Paris
boulevard Voltaire
Paris, Ile de France,  75011
France
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[Clameur : (kla(a) r). n. f. (fin XIème ; lat. clamor, oris «cri »). Ensemble de cris confus, tumultueux.V. Bruit, tumulte, moe vacarme, acclamation. Antinomique : silence. ]
A grass root musical performance to express as dramatically as possible the expectations, the worries and the engagement of every one of us.

What is the purpose of the Great Clamour for the Climate?

To occupy public space by collectively emitting a sound that is so powerful that it will render the presence of citizens audible and visible. International conferences such as COPs, to be fully democratic, need to listen to the voice of non-experts: those who represent the great majority of the planet’s inhabitants, who are totally concerned by climate change, and who are simultaneously victims and causes of what happens under their feet and above their head.

An open process and a participatory performance:

“The Great Clamour for climate” will be built from all the propositions initiated by individuals, groups, networks, and collectives who wish to participate and contribute to the emission of the collective sound. This participative and inclusive dimension is what will allow citizens to become aware of what is at stake with climatic change and why the success of the COP21 is so important.

A collective sound:
For such a collective expression, the voice of all is needed, professional as well as amateur musicians, scientists, citizens, artists, to bear witness that we are deeply worried and that we wish to quickly invent new solutions. Things are amiss as the evolution of climate shows too well, a change must occur. This is what we wish to say, by inventing a collective musical expression that makes sure that all voices can be heard.

Coalition Climat 21 – contact : Juliette Rousseau, coordinatrice

Avaaz – contact : Pascal Vollenweider, directeur de campagne

350.org – contact : Kevin Buckland



With active support :

Le centre Pompidou

L’opéra de Paris



With :

Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris –contact : Jérôme Gaillardet, géochimiste

Tara Expéditions – contact : Romain Troublé, secrétaire général

Sciences Po Ecole des Arts politiques (SPEAP) – contact : Bruno Latour

Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne Master Projets culturels dans l’espace public – contact : Pascal Lebrun Cordier

Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne UFR Arts plastiques et sciences de l’art– contact Yann Toma

Université Paris IV Master Géographie et alimentation – contact Gilles Fumey

IRCAM – contact : Frank Madlener, directeur

Décor sonore – contact : Michel Risse, directeur artistique



And :

Laboratoire LOCEAN (UPMC Université P. et M. Curie) – contact : Marie-Noelle Houssais

Fondation Nicolas Hulot pour la nature et l’homme – contact : André de Marco, conseiller auprès de la direction

Toxic Tours – contact : Jade Lindgaard, journaliste Mediapart

Sciences Po Paris – contact : Michel Gardette

Collège de France – contact : Philippe Descola, anthropologue

Musée du Quai Branly – contacts : Stéphane Martin, président et Victor Stoïchita ethnomusicologue

Association Nationale des orchestres à l’école – contact : Marianne Blayau, secrétaire générale

Futurs Composés Reseau national de la création musicale– contact : David Jisse, , président, compositeur

Ligue de l’enseignement Ile-de-France – contact : David Bree, directeur service éducation-culture

Place to B – contact : Anne Sophie Novel, économiste,fondatrice

Art of change 21 – contact : Alice Audoin, présidente

Diocèse de Paris –

Principauté de Monaco –

Le Centre George Pompidou –



With the support :

ONU – contact : Christiana Figuerres, Executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), coordinatrice de la COP21

Ministère de l’écologie, du développement durable et de l’énergie – contact : Nicolas Beriot, chargé du changement climatique et adaptation, correspondant du GIEC

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