About the exhibition
Intertwine our branches is an art exhibition highlighting the importance of climate intersectionality to diversify environmental movements, to challenge inequalities, and show the power of coming together to ensure justice. We have brought together 19 artists across the globe from all different backgrounds talking about how climate change has related to their own personal experience, and their journey to create change through art to inspire positivity and hope.
From talking about mental health to breaking down gender binaries to challenging colonialism, it is clear that climate change is a human issue which affects all aspects of our lives. Each artist in attempting to navigate these highly complex issues, where it is clear that there is no single solution to climate change, advocates the importance of community, of inclusivity, of being activists as the way to move forward.
We hope everyone by engaging with the art, attending our events and workshops, submitting their own thoughts and artworks, can become a little more closely connected to the beauty of this earth and support each other to reduce and navigate through the effects of climate change.
About Louder Than The Storm
This exhibition has been put together by the Louder Than The Storm Team, an environmental social movement using creativity and positive thinking to encourage a connection with the Earth, empowering people to act against the Climate Crisis, and inspiring hope of a better future.
Curated by :
Mattie O’Callaghan, Events and Social Media Lead
Supported by :
Hope Amber, Events and Outreach Team
Aimée Lister, @notyourgeisha
Artwork by :
Alice Boyd/ Laura Grace Simpkins
Lucianna Faraone Coccia
Ximena Barker Huesca
Victoria Lucy Williams
Simona Nastac and Raluca Popa
Grae J Wall
Stephanie “Alyrical” Gowdy