About the exhibition
The Museum of Natural science serves as the backdrop to a selection of over 300 shots by National Geographic on the important and sensitive theme of climate change. Here, thanks to powerful shots, interactive and immersive digital technologies visitors have the chance to analyse and understand the problems and future perspectives connected to global warming. Based on the core idea that “Earth is not dying, though it is suffering and changing, creating difficult life conditions for both human beings, animals and vegetal life to live”, the images focus on ice melting, uncommon storms, hurricanes and hot winds.
Into more details
Based on the theme of climate change, the exhibition is divided into three core areas: experience, consciousness and a call to action. The first is dedicated to experience and narrated through the voices of four particular narrators, one for each element: a polar bear for ice, a turtle for water, an elephant for the earth and men for plastic, telling the changes our planet is going through. Digital, olfactory, interactive and sound installations are developed over 400 sq.m targeted at raising awareness on the conscious choices each man or woman can do to protect and safeguard the planet in order to try to stop the dangerous effects of climate change for all the living beings.