Ocean Literacy

WE ARE OCEAN Honduras

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.

Anne-Marie Melster, Abisko, Sápmi, June 2021

WE ARE OCEAN Sápmi @KKH Royal Institute of Art

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 Global program in Venice 2022 (during Venice Biennale). Curated by Artport_making waves (Anne-Marie Melster). A series of workshops, screenings, and lectures with artists and ocean scientists.

WE ARE OCEAN in Venice 2022

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.

Lisa Rave, "WE ARE OCEAN" (a film made in collaboration with secondary school students in Berlin and in Brandenburg), 2019

LISA RAVE, WE ARE OCEAN

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 BERLIN at CLB Berlin, October 31st 2020.

CLB BERLIN

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 BERLIN, State Studio Berlin, 2019

STATE STUDIO BERLIN

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.

Marine Regions Forum 2019, ARTPORT_making waves

MARINE REGIONS FORUM 2019

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.

WIR SIND DAS MEER BERLIN Workshop at the Schule am Berlinnickeplatz, Berlin

WIR SIND DAS MEER #3

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.

Lisa Rave ARTPORT_WE ARE OCEAN, workshops Barbara-Zürner-Oberschule Velten, Brandenburg

WIR SIND DAS MEER #2

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 Berlin, Workshop at the A_Montessorischule Niederbarnim Brandenburg

WIR SIND DAS MEER #1

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.