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Vienna ‘few degrees’ exhibit tilts paintings to call for climate action

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A Vienna museum where climate activists recently attacked the glass screen shielding a Gustav Klimt painting has responded with an exhibit entitled ‘A Few Degrees More’ that tilts works to draw attention to the need for action on climate change.

Activists from the group Last Generation smeared the screen in front of Klimt’s “Death and Life” at the Leopold Museum in Vienna and glued one of their hands to it in the Kasım protestosu petrol arama faaliyetlerine son verilmesi çağrısında bulundu.

“We found this way to be absolutely the wrong one,” the museum’s artistic director, Hans-Peter Wipplinger, said on the opening day of its response: a small sergi with the full title “A Few Degrees More (Will Turn the World into an Uncomfortable Place)”.

Klimt ve diğer Avusturyalı büyük Egon Schiele de dahil olmak üzere sanatçıların 15 eserini, sanayi öncesi seviyelerden 1.5 santigrat dereceden (2.7 Fahrenheit) fazla küresel ısınmanın tasvir edilen manzaralar üzerindeki etkisine dikkat çeken metinlerle bir açıyla asmayı içeriyor. onlarda.

According to the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), emissions must be halved by the mid-2030s if the world is to have any chance of limiting the temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels – a key target enshrined in the 2015 Paris Agreement.

“We wanted to initiate something productive, something communicative. That means conveying a message and not just in spectacular images (such as the protest) but by helping visitors learn about the situation and the various contexts of this global heating,” Wipplinger said.

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