The Grimes, Bon Iver, The 1975 and other music industry artists are collaborating on an exhibition that focuses on climate change awareness. The exhibition is organized by the Undercurrent platform, which brings together technology, music and visual arts. Artists, musicians, representatives of the creative scene and experts in its field climate change are invited to present interactive multimedia installations in response to the climate crisis, reports APE.
The aim of the report is to support three non-profit environmental organizations, the Ocean Conservancy, Kiss the Ground and Global Forest Generation, who will promote their programs through the platform. “It’s an exciting time to work and experiment with music, with technology rapidly changing the way we create art,” Undercurrent co-founders Steve Milton and Brett Walker told Variety.
“We are excited to offer music fans new ways to experience the work of the artists they love and we hope their creations will mobilize for action around the climate.” The Undercurrent exhibition will open on September 9 in Brooklyn, New York.