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Heartbeat of the Earth

Heartbeat of the Earth

A) Heartbeat of the Earth

A series of online artworks interpreting climate data.

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B) Heartbeat of the Earth

Heartbeat of the Earth is a series of online artworks created in collaboration with artists, the Google Arts & Culture Lab. And the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) responding to and interpreting scientific climate data.

Ten artists Refik Anadol. Hyphen Labs. Giorgia Lupi. Fabian Oefner. Cristina Tarquini. Laurie Frick. Pekka Niittyvirta, Timo Aho. Sey Min. Felicity Hammond used key findings from landmark UN reports and data from scientific institutions, including NASA. the National Oceanic. And Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). And the World Meteorological Organization. To create ten interactive pieces of art about our climate. They’ve addressed the topics of declining biodiversity, air pollution, food consumption. Melting glaciers and rising sea levels.

Heartbeat of the Earth

Heartbeat of the Earth is a series of online artworks created in collaboration between 10 artists. The Google Arts & Culture Lab. And the UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change). Responding to and interpreting scientific climate data.

The Google Arts & Culture Lab. And the UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change). Responding to and interpreting scientific climate data.

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Heartbeat of the Earth

Heartbeat of the Earth is a series of online artworks

Heartbeat of the Earth

Ten artists Refik Anadol. Hyphen Labs. Giorgia Lupi. Fabian Oefner. Cristina Tarquini. Laurie Frick. Pekka Niittyvirta, Timo Aho. Sey Min. Felicity Hammond used key findings from landmark UN reports and data from scientific institutions, including NASA. the National Oceanic. And Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). And the World Meteorological Organization. To create ten interactive pieces of art about our climate. They’ve addressed the topics of declining biodiversity, air pollution, food consumption. Melting glaciers and rising sea levels.

Ten artists Refik Anadol. Hyphen Labs. Giorgia Lupi. Fabian Oefner.

Cristina Tarquini. Laurie Frick. Pekka Niittyvirta, Timo Aho. Sey Min. Felicity Hammond used key findings from landmark UN reports and data from scientific institutions, including NASA. the National Oceanic. And Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). And the World Meteorological Organization. To create ten interactive pieces of art about our climate. They’ve addressed the topics of declining biodiversity, air pollution, food consumption. Melting glaciers and rising sea levels.

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