Arts + Climate Innovation: Dry Waters
Art and Science Talk
Location: Goethe Institut, Wellington
Together with expert climate scientist Prof. Tim Naish (Victoria University), Track Zero ran a workshop on climate science, oceans & climate impacts in the Pacific region for a talented group of global and local Wellington artists involved in the climate-art project, ‘Dry Waters’. The cross-cultural group came together for three intensive days in February 2019 to co-create art works shown at The Performance Arcade (festival of live art and music on Wellington’s waterfront). Curated by Berlin-based No Boundaries e.V. presents, the project was hosted in Aotearoa by the Goethe-Institut New Zealand. As part of the project, Track Zero ran a public talk, ‘Arts + Climate Innovation: Dry Waters’ that brought artists and a climate scientist together to discuss the powerful role arts can play in inspiring climate action.