Selva Ozelli’s second solo digital art show “Breathe Life” will take place at the Pinelo Art Gallery in Istanbul, Turkey from September 7 to 21, 2020, starting on the very first International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies Day.
Similar to her group art show “Atelier Teymur Rzayev’s First Digital Climate Change Art Show” and her first solo digital art show “Art in the Time of Corona”:
Selva curated “Breathe Life” based on her series of articles on digital technology adoption, solar energy and tax policies in the jurisdictions with the greatest carbon emissions. Her art shows as well as her article series have been published by the “Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change - Hong Kong” in addition to more than 90 other museums as well as more than 100 other publications around the world.
The motivation behind launching her second solo digital art show was Selva Ozelli's multiple climate change themed paintings that are part of this art show --paintings titled “Oak Tree” depicting a Himalayan oak tree and “Global Warming” depicting the melting Himalayan glaciers -was selected at the International Environment Day Art Contest by the Department of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Govt. of Bihar, India. And her painting titled “Heartbreak Weather – Inertia in the Face of Wildfires” depicting wildfires of Australia was selected in the Niall Horan international art competition.
“Breathe Life” includes paintings of trees, gardens which are efficient carbon sinks – that alleviate CO2 pollution which creates health effects and global warming. It also includes portraits of artist Renan Kaleli (Pollution 1); the creator of 5G technology which is important to the digital economy Prof Erdal Arikan (Pollution 2); the composer and singer of “Heart Break Weather” Niall Horan (Heartbreak Weather – Inertia in the Face of Wildfires); an innocent child who deserves to inherit clean air and blue skies Can Kir (Wildlife).
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Produced by Alberta Museums Association (AMA), the ‘Taking Action Against Climate Change’ video series is intended to raise awareness of climate change and support the global museum community in taking an active role in the fight against climate change.
The videos include practical examples of how individuals can take proactive action to address climate issues, which are hopeful and engaging. They demonstrate not only what museums are doing to mitigate their carbon footprints, but also how individuals and other institutions can contribute to positive changes by making sustainable choices.
1. Times are Changing
2. Flooding and Drought
3. Weather Havoc
4. We are all Related
5. Time for Action
6. Taking Action on Climate Change
7. Museums and the Climate Challenge