Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Cool Globes

The City of Chicago is using art to expand the public dialogue and imagination surrounding the issue of global warming:
The exhibit features over 100 sculpted globes, each five feet in diameter, displayed along Chicago’s lakefront from The Field Museum north and at Navy Pier. Artists from around the world, including Jim Dine, Yair Engel, Tom Van Sant and Juame Plensa, designed the globes, using a variety of materials to transform their plain white sphere to create awareness and provoke discussion about potential solutions to global warming.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for spreading the word! the more people that see the exhibit, the better.'