Computer Arts - UK|July 2019
A new digital exhibition calls out misogyny and pushes the case for climate change in one creative swoop.
Designers and artists from across the creative community have collaborated on a digital exhibition tackling two of the biggest issues we face: the climate crisis and gender inequality. Man Made-Disaster: Patriarchy & The Planet can be viewed online and contains imagery and information that will blow you away.
The site was created by Do the Green Thing, an environmentally focused project led by Pentagram partner Naresh Ramchandani, and the New York design agency Area 17. All the artworks were created either by women or non-binary artists – 30 in total – and the site’s bold design sandwiches the artists’ names and the exhibition’s themes, which scroll across the screen like a Wall Street ticker.
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