A critical and thoughtful examination of the subject of climate change, water scarcity – as already shown at the end of June in Orth Castle – and the consequences of this, migration. Thousands of people are leaving their homes and their families at risk of their lives in order to lead a life under more humane conditions with dignity. This includes drinking water. For us in Europe, having enough water is a matter of course. Did we appreciate it? Are we doing everything so that many people on this earth have access to water? – The water from the oceans and rivers will be of no use to future generations if 12.2 million tons of plastic end up in the sea every year. 97% of the water is in the sea and 70% of the oxygen is produced by the sea plants. Plastic bottles take 450 years to decompose in the sea. – The economic interests of states take precedence over the protection of nature and people.
To be honest, I understand the young people who are afraid for their future and who take to the streets or take extreme measures because people don’t listen and everything stays the same. – We invite you to deal with the topic in the exhibition.
Duration and opening times: September 9 – 22, 2023, Sat and Sun 11 a.m. – 5 p.m
Opening on Saturday, September 9th, 2023, 7 p.m. in the atelier22 with gallery and gallery shop.