Art & climate change

Ragnar Axelsson - Hunter Ole Neylsen looking for a polar bear on the ice in Thule

Ragnar Axelsson: These might be the last days of the Arctic

Who is Ragnar Axelsson? Ragnar Axelsson is an Icelandic born photojournalist who has been a champion for preventive measures against global warming. Born in 1958 in Iceland, RAX, as he is commonly known, has been a vocal person about the effects that rapid climatic change has had on the Arctic region. Growing up passionate about …

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Nigeria’s Makoko Floating School – Everything you need to know

The Makoko Floating School Global warming has become one of the most prominent issues in today’s world. As a result, water levels are rising, and people who live in coastal communities have come across a series of challenges. However, some might not need to worry about it too much. Some architectural possibilities are emerging to …

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Mark Bradford’s giant sculpture Mithra resembles Noah’s ark

Mark Bradford Asked to describe himself, Mark Bradford uses the words demolisher and builder in the same breadth and it is easy to see why. Using posters created for promoting merchant goods and services, flyers and general advertising materials, he takes pride in transforming anything he can lay his hands on into large-scale art pieces. …

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Daesung Lee’s photography – 75% of Mongolia might turn into a desert

35% of Mongolians are still nomads Daesung Lee’s Futuristic Archeology project deals with the nomadic people of Mongolia. Although Mongolia has seen increasing modernization and urbanization in recent decades, approximately 35% of Mongolians still live a traditional nomadic lifestyle, thus depending on the vast land and their relationship with the land to survive. Mongolia’s land …

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