Visual Arts, Science and Climate Change – Cultbytes Magazine

8 Mar
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Wolfgang Tillmans, “Red Lake,” 2002. Photograph courtesy Maureen Paley, London.


I am delighted that my article on climate change and visual arts has just been published in Cultbytes, a New York based arts magazine. I published a longer piece on climate change, music and visual arts last November and this is a shortened piece for publication. I truly believe we can raise awareness on climate change activism using the arts as a medium for communication and discussion. It is a topic I am dedicated to. Enjoy! 


Rhea Boyden

March 2019

Dublin, Ireland

One Response to “Visual Arts, Science and Climate Change – Cultbytes Magazine”

  1. Declan O' Mahony March 17, 2019 at 9:55 pm #

    Absolutely agree !! Check out Climate Collective which was set up in Londons UCL by a few students including my daughter Éadin They are a brilliant group of young scientists desperately organising events and ideas to educate and shift consciousness re our life styles and our approach and expectations The core group have graduated and are spread worlwide but their work remains focused as you will see online and if you follow their young careers 🐝🌈✌🏽

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