Returning from a lengthy hiatus involving holidays with families, demanding festivals, and organizational retstructuring, we thought it best to begin with Herman Josef Hack’s guilt-inducing Climate Refugee Camp.
The artist created 400 mini-tents and filled two public squares in Berlin with them in order to draw attention to the plight of populations displaced by climate change. Visitors to Alexanderplatz and Brandenberger Tor could walk amongst teeny barren rooftops like carbon-devouring Godzillas. Grrrrr.
Go to the Green Museum