Between crisis and care: Projection mapping as creative climate advocacy
At this critical crossroad of climate crisis, environmental advocates have turned to projection mapping (also known as ‘guerrilla projections’, ‘digital graffiti’, etc.) to foster an ethic of care. This article focuses on two 2015 projection mapping events: one in Vatican City and the other in Paris. Although imperfect, projection mapping may orient attention, transform locations into public spaces for political engagement and cultivate collective imaginaries. By rethinking environmental media between climate crisis and care, we may define the agenda of this journal as not only centred on critique but also regenerating creative communication for a just and vibrant future.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 0000000096214564University of Colorado Boulder
Publication date: January 1, 2020
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