What to hear:

A conference will be held at MNHN on 10 December on the theme: “Can art embody science and contribute to action on climate?  featuring artist Janet Laurence with several major scientists speaking on the climate, oceans and environmental ethics

On 26-27 November Ernesto Neto they will participate to the “Indigenous & Climate” conference at the recently reopened Musée de l’Homme in Paris.

What to do:

Participate in Yann Toma’s Human Energy at the Eiffel Tower.  Human Energy is a gigantic human battery that will create a self-sufficient village with bikes, dance floors, showrooms and a unique environmental design. Human Energy will come alive through the participation of the many visitors expected each day. The energy created by participants and stored  will illuminate the Eiffel Tower. This will be the largest participatory art installation during Artists 4 Climate Change.  Launches on December 5 with the first lighting of the Eiffel Tower until 12 Dec (download the interactive app).

Note: There is no specific opening as dates vary from one venue to the other.

Toma Human Energy 2015

Art of Change 21

Art of Change 21
50, Rue Des Francs-Bourgeois
75003 PARIS

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