ART FOR CHANGE
Artists are inspiring changemakers, they have the ability to translate emotions and spread the beauty and the urge for change, better than anyone. Every year, ChangeNOW invites up-and-coming international artists to exhibit at the summit, accelerate the transition in the arts and provide a new medium for positive change.
An ambitious Cultural and Artistic Program
Zdey, Caroline Desnoëttes, Johé Bruneau, Delphine Diallo, Xavier Veilhan, …
Photography, Immersive installations, Sculptures (made of recycled materials)…
The auction will present a selection of 16 lots from a dozen contemporary artists who create within an eco-design or eco-conscious framework.
In the continuity of arte povera or slow art, these artists offer a new outlook on human/non-human relationships, by their medium or their practice.
These French and international artists-sourcerers carefully chose their medium from outside the recycling loop to reintegrate them in a wide creative cycle (animal, flora, plastic waste, discarded objects, etc…) : Jesu Moratiel, Rachel Marks, Tim Zdey, Célestine Peuchot, Johé Bruneau, Caroline Desnoëttes, Jordane Saget, Linda Sanchez, Alex Ayed, Clara Rivault, Julia Gault, Caroline Venet…
To participate in the auction and support ChangeNOW Communities, please visit www.changenow.world/auction
The ChangeNOW non-profit will organize the ChangeNOW Prize for sustainable Creation and a series of events about sustainable creation in 2021/2022.
The art exhibition and the auction are sustainable and circular in a number of ways, from its production to the messages it carries.
Eco-design: The artworks, exhibition design and signage use sustainably sourced materials
Eco-Production: A craddle-to-craddle waste management policy is in place. We are also reducing shipping and transport footprint all along the exhibition life-cycle.
Partners Network: Various institutions help us build a circular exhibition, from sourcing mediums to managing the exhibition outputs (sold, showcased again or upcycled).
Education: The topics at stake in the exhibition are an open conversation with all our stakeholders, from our suppliers, to our patrons and partners, to the public though inspiring guided visits and workshops.
Art & Culture Partners