With the Environmental Crisis such a prevalent subject in the news and the recent protests led by young people, Gerald Moore Gallery sent an open call to artists to respond to this major issue. The responses focused on the impacts we face: climate change, degraded air quality, deforestation, the decrease of animal population, land and sea pollution, soil erosion and biodiversity losses. As a gallery with learning at its core we want to give space to raising awareness of these challenges and encourage everyone to act.
Artists include: Adam Sébire, Aine Kelly, Alexandra Badescu, Amanda Davis, Angela Gilmour, BatFish Films, Briony Marshall Sculptor, Jon Halls and Jaione Cerrato, Chell Young, Chloe Cox, Chris Avis, Di McGhee, Ellie Reid, Emma Jane Whitton, Feifei Zhou, Fiona Liberatore, Florencia Levy, Frederik Rombach, Gemma Hermans, Giovana Birck, Grace Grothaus & Felipe Rossi, Gregor Vogel, Hannah Fletcher, Hannah O'Brien, Hannah Oliver, Helen Adove Hawk, Helen Grundy, Hilde Lambrechts, Hugo Livet, J.Masson, Jacqui Jones, Jeremy Morgan, Jim Weaver, Jonk, Julie Clark, Kate Lowe, Kerem Ozan Bayraktar, Laura Rouzet, Leanne Davies, Lise Bouissiere, Maria Molina Peiró, Marlene Bart, Michelle Kuen Suet Fung, Mirimari Vayrynen, Nicolas Depetris, Orsina Pasargiklian, Patrick Moser, Peter Barnard, Rachael Wellisch, Sally Case, Sam Schmitt, Sarah Strachan, Selma Makela, Sarab Sethi, Shanna Merola, Susanne Layla Petersen, Studio Blah Blah Blah, Sylvia Wadsley, Tessa Ojala, Thomas Pickarski, Tim Pugh, Tracy Hill, Xia Han, Yu Cai, Yulia Dvorah Shtern
The works range from sculpture, photography, installation, video, painting and performance. There will also be a series of events alongside this exhibition: talks, debates, performances and workshops.