- Artists: ARCTRN Group, Ian Chalmers, Brenda Little, David Brennan, Robin Uchida
- Medium: Multimedia Installation
- Project Type: Independent Projects
- Neighbourhood: Downtown
Are we just spectators or active participants in the climate system? Join us on a journey to uncover the truth about our interconnectedness.
- Address: 213 Sterling Road
- Public Washrooms: No
- Physical Access: Wheelchair accessible
Visitors to “I'M CLIMATE” will be greeted by a light display that showcases the complex relationship between humans and the climate. The interactive exhibit will use data visualizations to illustrate how our actions impact the environment, emphasizing that we are active participants in the climate system rather than mere bystanders. The exhibit's title is a nod to the belief that we are all interconnected with the natural world and that our daily activities directly impact the planet. Through visuals, visitors will be encouraged to contemplate their relationship with the environment and consider ways to reduce their impact. The exhibit will be designed to be both informative and immersive, with visitors able to interact with the display in several ways. This experience will help visitors to understand the intricate relationship between human activity and the climate. Overall, I'M CLIMATE seeks to draw attention to the importance of recognizing our role in the climate system and inspire visitors to take action in their own lives to mitigate the effects of climate change. It's a powerful reminder of individual actions' impact on the world around us.
ARCTRN applies a humanity-centred approach to uncovering the human stories and actionable insights inherent in data so that we may expand our relationship with information, our understanding and experience of it — informing society and inspiring change in everyday life.