Climate, Art and Nuclear Power
Antoinette de Jong and Robert Knoth work and live as an artist duo in Amsterdam. In the work Tree and Soil they photograph and film the natural environment surrounding Fukushima, Japan, in the wake of the nuclear disaster. They deal with the problem of atomic energy from an artistic perspective and illustrate in stunning images how the environment has slowly changed and evolved over the years. The exhibition at the KUNST HAUS WIEN Garage features photographic works, a video installation, interviews, and illustrations and can be seen till 13.02.2022.
In the FUTURE TALK to the exhibition Tree and Soil, Michael Huber (Kurier) discusses current issues relating to art, climate and nuclear power with experts from art, science and politics.
15 Nov 2021/18:00-19:00H
Limited number of participants, registration required: email@example.com Conditions of participation according to current Covid 19 protection measures.
Antoinette de Jong & Robert Knoth aus der Serie: Tree and Soil © Antoinette de Jong & Robert Knoth