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Envisioning Climate Change at Arcadia Earth

2016 Alumnus Kyle Calian has helped coordinate the New York Times reviewed pop-up installation ARCADIA EARTH, which is currently running in the East Village of Manhattan.

ARCADIA EARTH is a collaboration between more than a dozen environmental artists that creatively depicts our global ecological crisis. The multi-room exhibition features video projections, augmented reality, and virtual reality engagements that hope to spark collective action against climate change. The work is unique in framing the climate movement as something potentially beautiful, while simultaneously enabling data visualization of often hard-to-grasp statistics.

The immersive experience is accompanied by its own online store curated by THE REGENERATION, a media company and magazine also founded by Calian ‘16. The shop features a number of sustainable, cruelty-free products referenced in the exhibit, such as reusable cups, polyester washing bags, durable to-go containers, non-toxic beauty products and reef-safe sunscreen.

ARCADIA EARTH has been extended through 2020. More details and ticketing information can be found here.

136 W 21st St,
5th Fl.
New York, NY 10011
(212) 592–2205

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