Specifically commissioned to mark COP26, the UN Climate Summit in Glasgow, Nine Earths is an immersive environmental artwork that reveals global consumption patterns through the lens of climate justice.
Nine Earths engaged nearly a hundred participants from international partner countries, including; Indonesia, Lebanon, Vietnam, Brazil, and the UK, among others. This collaborative project takes audiences on an audiovisual journey through multiple locations, with vastly different consumption levels, highlighting global disparities, individual voices and the similar hopes and dreams we share.
These films are a summary of an event held at Metal, Liverpool in November 2021. A series of conversations and reflections on the Nine Earths project with partners and participants.
Mike Faulkner, Lead Artist D-Fuse giving an overview of the project with Mai Nyguyen and Niloo Sharifi, project participants, in-conversation
Climate Activist Daze Aghaji and Climate Scientist Prof. Mark Maslin reflect on COP26, the UN climate conference in Glasgow in 2021.
Mike Faulkner, Lead Artist D-Fuse, Prof Kevin Walker, and Marek Wolynski, Producer D-fuse provide a commentary on the Nine Earths film
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Nine Earths is supported by British Council Arts’ Creative Commissions programme which are a series of creative commissions exploring climate change through art, science and digital technology.