CLIMATE MIGRATION

TU BERLIN | MASTER OF ARTS STAGE DESIGN | SCENOGRAPHY | 2011

The United Nations Association of Germany planned an exhibition on the topic of climatic-induced migration.
Climate migration should be understood as a contemporary problem, which will intensify in the future. Today people already lose their livelihood by abrupt events based on climate change or subtle but constant shifts that accumulated to a state leaving escape as the only solution for individuals.
Under the guidance of Charlotte Tamschick and within four days, seven students developed concepts for a touring exhibition on the topic of climate change.

„Noahs Arche“ by Jana Barthel
Touring exhibition in three containers. Noahs arch is landing worldwide to save the people from themselves. 

„Klima-Flucht“ by Tim Stolte
A multi-media installation on climate change staged in four parts. 

„Klimamobile“ by Angeliki Manthou
A spatial mobile as a symbol for the fragility of nature and the interplay of responsibilities.

„Gibt es hier Platz für uns?“ by Sotiria Papadopoulou
Act or react? Mobile artistic installation for two-dimensional figurines, to be placed urban areas or indoor.

„CO22050“ by Paul Bauer
A three-dimensional, graphical installation displaying the situation of climate refugees.

„10:1:1“ by Katharina Sperlich
Installation for an exhibition in public space consisting of 10 litre water canisters.

„Die Insel“ by Eleni Konstantatou
Indoor installation with a tent.

Students:
Jana Barthel, Tim Stolte, 
Angeliki Manthou, Paul Bauer, 
Sotiria Papadopoulou, Katharina Sperlich, Eleni Konstantatou

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The United Nations Association of Germany planned an exhibition on the topic of climatic-induced migration.
Climate migration should be understood as a contemporary problem, which will intensify in the future. Today people already lose their livelihood by abrupt events based on climate change or subtle but constant shifts that accumulated to a state leaving escape as the only solution for individuals.
Under the guidance of Charlotte Tamschick and within four days, seven students developed concepts for a touring exhibition on the topic of climate change.

„Noahs Arche“ by Jana Barthel
Touring exhibition in three containers. Noahs arch is landing worldwide to save the people from themselves. 

„Klima-Flucht“ by Tim Stolte
A multi-media installation on climate change staged in four parts. 

„Klimamobile“ by Angeliki Manthou
A spatial mobile as a symbol for the fragility of nature and the interplay of responsibilities.

„Gibt es hier Platz für uns?“ by Sotiria Papadopoulou
Act or react? Mobile artistic installation for two-dimensional figurines, to be placed urban areas or indoor.

„CO22050“ by Paul Bauer
A three-dimensional, graphical installation displaying the situation of climate refugees.

„10:1:1“ by Katharina Sperlich
Installation for an exhibition in public space consisting of 10 litre water canisters.

„Die Insel“ by Eleni Konstantatou
Indoor installation with a tent.

Students:
Jana Barthel, Tim Stolte, 
Angeliki Manthou, Paul Bauer, 
Sotiria Papadopoulou, Katharina Sperlich, Eleni Konstantatou

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