As Museum For Future we welcome past and current efforts by the Science Museum to incorporate sustainability issues in their working practices, collections care and public education. We also recognize that there are and have to be many solutions when it comes to tackling the climate crisis and that it is imperative to share knowledge about climate innovations with the wider public.
However, we also see direct sponsorship of the upcoming “Our Future Planet” exhibition at the Science Museum through Shell as highly problematic and contradictory.
The Breathe Earth Collective presents itself: a conversation with Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, General Director and Artistic Director of the MAK
The discussion will focus on central questions of Climate Modernity: What kind of visions have we evolved for the climate culture of the future, and how can we realize them? What concrete contributions can be made by projects such as the Climate Culture Pavilion and the VIENNA BIENNALE FOR CHANGE 2021?
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