30 days for the climate
An exhibition about an experiment of collective change
What if we really changed? What does changing a habit imply for me and for those around me?
24 students of the Antonio Arroio Art High School decided to change and to adopt one more sustainable habit for 30 days. Some became vegetarians, others saved water and electricity and others changed their consumer patterns. Between 12 January and 10 February 2018, the students of 11th grade (class L) of the Communication Design course explored what it means to change, analyzed the obstacles, reflected on the carbon footprint, and about social norms, structures as well as on individual and collective values. After completing the 30 days, each of the students developed an ART project about their experience with change: a poster and a booklet.
This exhibition shows the outcomes of a collective experience that resulted from a collaboration between the project Art For Adaptation (CE3C, Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon), the Antonio Arroio Art High School in Lisbon and cChange (Norway). The idea of this collaboration was to visualize the connection between a global problem and our everyday behaviors. The experiential setup of the project aimed to facilitate a process of reflection on behavior change including its challenges, learnings and to inspire and empower others.
Location: Lagar da Quinta de S. Vicente, Telheiras, Lisbon, Portugal.
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