Ocean Literacy

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WE ARE OCEAN @COP28, IOC-UNESCO + OceanX Pavilion, Blue Zone

#WEAREOCEAN @COP28, IOC-UNESCO + OceanX Pavilion, Blue Zone WE ARE OCEAN: A global program endorsed as a UN Ocean Decade project. How can interdisciplinary art-science-education programs contribute to ocean protection? DATE +…
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WE ARE OCEAN Wadden Sea – Denmark

Image: We Are Ocean Wadden Sea project Denmark "WE ARE OCEAN Wadden Sea - Denmark" WE ARE OCEAN Wadden Sea, our interdisciplinary journey to bring the Wadden Sea to the people and…

WE ARE OCEAN Berlin + Brandenburg Book Presentation

WE ARE OCEAN Berlin+Brandenburg Book WE ARE OCEAN Berlin+Brandenburg Book, graphic design sheet, concrete poetry by Studio Anugraha, Mumbai, 2022 "WE ARE OCEAN Berlin+Brandenburg Book" The WE ARE OCEAN Berlin+Brandenburg publication reflects…
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WE ARE OCEAN_Wadden Sea Conference Wilhelmshaven

The exhibition EN DIÁLOGO CON LA MAR gathered original photographs by Jacques-Yves Cousteau and put them into dialogue with 16 international contemporary artists who reflected on Captain Cousteau’s idea of the conservation of the ocean through video, photography, drawing, performance, painting and contemporary jazz music. Knowledge reveals and inspires, it helps us to appreciate what exists and to establish a dialogue with existence. Cousteau showed us the submarina life, discovered magic worlds in times when the science of discovering the underwater world was extremely difficult.

He helped the human being to enter mentally into unknown oceanic environments in order to reveal the beauty and fragility of the underwater world. In Mexico the exhibition attracted more than 15.000 visitors in only 4 weeks, a lot of them young people from local schools who were guided through the exhibition accompanied by short workshops regarding the conservation of nature.

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WE ARE OCEAN Wadden Sea “GRANATafel”

The exhibition EN DIÁLOGO CON LA MAR gathered original photographs by Jacques-Yves Cousteau and put them into dialogue with 16 international contemporary artists who reflected on Captain Cousteau’s idea of the conservation of the ocean through video, photography, drawing, performance, painting and contemporary jazz music. Knowledge reveals and inspires, it helps us to appreciate what exists and to establish a dialogue with existence. Cousteau showed us the submarina life, discovered magic worlds in times when the science of discovering the underwater world was extremely difficult.

He helped the human being to enter mentally into unknown oceanic environments in order to reveal the beauty and fragility of the underwater world. In Mexico the exhibition attracted more than 15.000 visitors in only 4 weeks, a lot of them young people from local schools who were guided through the exhibition accompanied by short workshops regarding the conservation of nature.

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WE ARE OCEAN + INTO THE OCEANIC @ COP26

The exhibition EN DIÁLOGO CON LA MAR gathered original photographs by Jacques-Yves Cousteau and put them into dialogue with 16 international contemporary artists who reflected on Captain Cousteau’s idea of the conservation of the ocean through video, photography, drawing, performance, painting and contemporary jazz music. Knowledge reveals and inspires, it helps us to appreciate what exists and to establish a dialogue with existence. Cousteau showed us the submarina life, discovered magic worlds in times when the science of discovering the underwater world was extremely difficult.

He helped the human being to enter mentally into unknown oceanic environments in order to reveal the beauty and fragility of the underwater world. In Mexico the exhibition attracted more than 15.000 visitors in only 4 weeks, a lot of them young people from local schools who were guided through the exhibition accompanied by short workshops regarding the conservation of nature.

WE ARE OCEAN+INTO THE OCEANIC @COP26

The exhibition EN DIÁLOGO CON LA MAR gathered original photographs by Jacques-Yves Cousteau and put them into dialogue with 16 international contemporary artists who reflected on Captain Cousteau’s idea of the conservation of the ocean through video, photography, drawing, performance, painting and contemporary jazz music. Knowledge reveals and inspires, it helps us to appreciate what exists and to establish a dialogue with existence. Cousteau showed us the submarina life, discovered magic worlds in times when the science of discovering the underwater world was extremely difficult.

He helped the human being to enter mentally into unknown oceanic environments in order to reveal the beauty and fragility of the underwater world. In Mexico the exhibition attracted more than 15.000 visitors in only 4 weeks, a lot of them young people from local schools who were guided through the exhibition accompanied by short workshops regarding the conservation of nature.

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WE ARE OCEAN + INTO THE OCEANIC @ COP26

The exhibition EN DIÁLOGO CON LA MAR gathered original photographs by Jacques-Yves Cousteau and put them into dialogue with 16 international contemporary artists who reflected on Captain Cousteau’s idea of the conservation of the ocean through video, photography, drawing, performance, painting and contemporary jazz music. Knowledge reveals and inspires, it helps us to appreciate what exists and to establish a dialogue with existence. Cousteau showed us the submarina life, discovered magic worlds in times when the science of discovering the underwater world was extremely difficult.

He helped the human being to enter mentally into unknown oceanic environments in order to reveal the beauty and fragility of the underwater world. In Mexico the exhibition attracted more than 15.000 visitors in only 4 weeks, a lot of them young people from local schools who were guided through the exhibition accompanied by short workshops regarding the conservation of nature.

WE ARE OCEAN CURATED FILM PROGRAM

Images credits: Ana Vaz, Occidente, Film Still, 2015; Forensic Oceanography, Liquid Traces – The Left-to-die Boat Case (2014, 17 min), Film Still; Michelle-Marie Letelier, Outline for the Bonding, Film Still, from 16mm…
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WE ARE OCEAN Marseille at IUCN World Congress

The exhibition EN DIÁLOGO CON LA MAR gathered original photographs by Jacques-Yves Cousteau and put them into dialogue with 16 international contemporary artists who reflected on Captain Cousteau’s idea of the conservation of the ocean through video, photography, drawing, performance, painting and contemporary jazz music. Knowledge reveals and inspires, it helps us to appreciate what exists and to establish a dialogue with existence. Cousteau showed us the submarina life, discovered magic worlds in times when the science of discovering the underwater world was extremely difficult.

He helped the human being to enter mentally into unknown oceanic environments in order to reveal the beauty and fragility of the underwater world. In Mexico the exhibition attracted more than 15.000 visitors in only 4 weeks, a lot of them young people from local schools who were guided through the exhibition accompanied by short workshops regarding the conservation of nature.