Installation by Beatie Wolfe makes atmospheric carbon "something that people can relate to"



Musician and artist Beatie Wolfe has created an interactive video installation depicting rising carbon levels in the atmosphere.

Called From Green to Red, the video acts as a soundtrack to a Beatie Wolfe song of the same name that is about climate change. The project aims to “take intangible data and make it something that people can relate to,” Wolfe told Dezeen.

Viewers of the installation can interact with data tracking atmospheric carbon levels over the last 800,000 years. The data is displayed in a video projection showing a stream of digital threads representing a”woven timeline of our planet,” according to Wolfe.

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