Multimedia Extras


Anthony Gormley – Multimedia Extras

Video recording of the ROM’s 8th Annual Eva Holtby Lecture on Contemporary Culture given by Anthony Gormley entitled “Art as Survival”, Royal Ontario Museum (Toronto), November 20, 2013


Ian Mauro – Multimedia Extras

Across Atlantic Canada, coastlines and communities are being adversely affected by climate change, and as temperature, sea level and storm surge increase, adaptation initiatives are being planned and implemented to navigate the impending storm.


Mel Chin – Multimedia Extras

Mel Chin has been working with the Saharawi to augment their goal of independence and a real means of self-determination by developing both their own currency “backed, not by gold or gas, but by the sun.”


Minerva Cuevas – Multimedia Extras

This artwork celebrates the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef system—unique in the Western Hemisphere for its size, biodiversity and the types of reefs it includes. It is globally important and under severe threat.


Kevin McMahon – Multimedia Extras

This documentary tells the story of the last great supply (20 per cent) of fresh water on Earth. The film is followed by a Q&A with Director Kevin McMahon.


Sharon Switzer – Multimedia Extras

An ambient 10-minute video loop is based on NASA’s iconic “Blue Marble” image. Tweets commenting on the ‘crazy’ weather being experienced in different parts of the world appear and disappear with the cumulative effect being rather troubling.

This Clement World

This Clement World is a fiercely creative and charismatic tribute to our rapidly changing environment, as seen through the prism of Cynthia Hopkins’ deeply personal lens and wild cross-disciplinary style. Performed live with a 15-piece chorus and band, This Clement World blends outlandish fiction and original avant-folk songs with Hopkins’ own documentary footage from an Arctic expedition with Cape Farewell, infusing our global climate crisis with humour, poetics and urgency.

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Day of Dialogue

Participate in an afternoon of high-level balanced presentations and discussion about the impacts of climate change on Inuit communities with leading experts and stakeholders.

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Download the Exhibition Guide

Download your copy of the Carbon 14: Climate is Culture Festival and Exhibition Guide (PDF 14Mb).

Multimedia Extras

View our Multimedia Extras to learn more about the issues behind Carbon 14: Climate is Culture.