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Crumple sheet (photo by London Fieldworks)Crumple ball (photo by London Fieldworks)

Gustav Metzger, Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson (London Fieldworks),
Remember Nature “Handwritten Note” 2015. Digital collage on notepaper.           

Image © London Fieldworks, courtesy London Fieldworks.

A WORLDWIDE CALL REMEMBER NATURE

A Day of Action to REMEMBER NATURE took place on November 4th 2015. Independent artist-curators Jo Joelson and Andrea Gregson will be reactivating this project for a Day of Action on 4 Nov 2022.

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THIS APPEAL IS FOR THE WIDEST POSSIBLE PARTICIPATION from the WORLD OF THE ARTS

THE AIM IS TO CREATE A MASS MOVEMENT ACROSS THE ARTS to ward off EXTINCTION

“The art, architecture and design world needs to take a stand against the ongoing erasure of species – even where there is little chance of ultimate success. It is our privilege and our duty to be at the forefront of the struggle. There is no choice but to follow the path of ethics into aesthetics. We live in societies suffocating in waste.” 

“Our task is to remind people of the richness and complexity in nature; to protect nature as far as we can and by doing so art will enter new territories that are inherently creative, that are primarily for the good of the universe.

What we want to do – what is ahead for us is to bring together the world of the arts – to unite in having a day of art actions covering the entire country. We call those who engage in the arts to participate in a day of mass action, to create a collective artwork to Remember Nature.”

Gustav Metzger, 2015.

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