Disruptive Matter explores and celebrates current groundbreaking transformations emerging globally in our shift towards a renewable, post-fossil world. The exhibition brings together for the first time a wide range of projects, products, artworks and ideas from the areas of design, engineering, art and industry-from pioneers truly pushing the boundaries in their fields. What is presented is a visionary future not just of possibility and speculation, but of actual actions and real, workable solutions. In so doing, the exhibition ultimately serves as a platform for the public to rethink about the state of the world around us, and how contemporary artists and designers can inspire and provide solutions to a more sustainable way of living.
The New York Times: Carbon’s Casualties brings together the climate photography captured by Pulitzer Prize-winning The New York Times photographer Josh Haner. In a series of award-winning, striking still photographs and dramatic drone footage, Haner uncovers the pressing and wide-ranging realities of climate change. Since 2015, Haner has worked across the globe to document the many consequences of a warming world. From chronicling communities disappearing alongside the surroundings that once sustained them, to natural ecosystems on the brink of crisis, to disappearing sites of irreplaceable cultural history, Haner highlights the grave repercussions of a shifting world as natural ecosystems and ways of life are vanishing.