Climate, Art & Core Power

Online Future Talk: Climate X Change

The 2011 Fukushima reactor disaster shook the global public. Today we are again discussing the expansion of nuclear energy. The reason is climate change and die thesis that nuclear energy could save the world from climate collapse. The fear of climate collapse has replaced the fear of nuclear power. A decision is still pending in Brussels today in connection with the “New Green Deal”. Can nuclear energy be used to protect the climate and should it be promoted?

In the exhibition Tree and Soil, the two artists Antoinette de Jong & Robert Knoth stage Fukushima as an archetypal expulsion from paradise. The KUNST HAUS WIEN invites experts from art, science and politics to discuss.

Panlelist:

Patricia Lorenz, Atom spokeswoman for Global 2000
Edgar Honetschläger, artist
Peter Weish, natural scientist, author and enviormental activist
 
Moderation: Michael Huber, Kurier
An event in cooperation with Kurier
 

Registration for online participation via zoom on site: anmeldung@kunsthauswien.com
The zoom link will be emailed to you shortly before the event.

The Future Talk takes place within the framework of the Vienna Art Week.

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