Interviews About Art Pandemic & Climate Change

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  • November 15, 2021

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16 interviews with prominent museum directors and artists by Selva Ozelli

Sixteen interviews with prominent artists and the world's leading museum directors were published by the Times of Corona and the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26).


Artist and writer Selva Ozelli conducted interviews on the topics of pandemic, climate change and art. with artists --whose exhibitions took place during the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), International Committee of Science Museums (CIMUSET) Conference and World Science Week-- as well as with the world's leading museum directors. 


Selva explained;


“The corona pandemic has devastated the health of hundreds of millions of people around the world and the world economy. Academic research has determined that air pollution, which creates climate change, has an effect on Covid-19 deaths and that air pollution and is more dangerous and deadlier than the pandemic. To draw attention to this important issue, I made art shows about this topic and participated in exhibitions in all across the world during the pandemic period.


In addition, I interviewed artists  and prominent museum directors and in the United States, China, India, UK, and Canada. They talked about how they presented climate change and pandemic related issues through art, exhibitions and educational information. My exhibitions and interviews were published at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26).”  


You can read the interviews at these links:



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