CoClimate is an artist-led think tank, research and design studio that works with clients and partners to provoke, stimulate, and inspire new connections between people, technology, and the environment.
“Our mission is to build essential questions about climate change. We work at the intersection of the creative arts and organizational change to create imagery, experiences, insights, and objects that are beautiful, compelling, imaginative, and legible for people from different worldviews and frames of reference. Our task is to provoke, stimulate, and inspire new connections between people, technology, and the environment. In building essential questions, we empower communities, leaders, and the curious with the cultural tools, evidence, experiences, and resources they need to clarify the meaning, role, and impacts of climate change on their lives.”
CoClimate and Carbon Arts co-curated Breathe, an exhibition engaging delegates to the World Health Assembly on the matters of particulate air pollution and its impacts on health. Our Archive of Old and New Events was also selected by CoClimate as part of the Strange Weather exhibition they curated for the Science Gallery Dublin in 2014.