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Getting Climate Control Under Control

Committing to real climate action

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Getting Climate Control Under Control

2023

Tino Sehgal | Ki Culture | ART2030

In collaboration with Tino Sehgal and Ki Culture, ART 2030 is inviting you to join a movement of museums, institutions, and galleries worldwide in committing to real climate action.


The cultural sector can become leaders for a sustainable future - and this starts with leading by example. We therefore implore you to align practices with the Paris Agreement to uphold the world’s commitment to reduce our carbon emissions by 50% by 2030 and to make your commitment known by signing the Getting Climate Control Under Control Declaration now.

Getting Climate Control Under Control Declaration


"We commit to addressing and actively changing our climate conditions and to cooperate with other institutions and stakeholders to advocate for and change loan agreement requirements."

Tino Sehgal

Tino Sehgal in the grounds of Blenheim, by Edd Horder, Courtesy of Blenheim Art Foundation

Renowned as one of the most important artists of his generation, Tino Sehgal's critical acclaim derives from his radical artistic practice that takes the form of constructed situations: live encounters between visitors and those enacting the work.

Ki Culture

Ki Culture is an international nonprofit working to unite culture and sustainability. They use “culture” as an all inclusive term - from visual arts to heritage to performing arts and all stakeholders who have a role to play. They use the word sustainability in a wide sense of the word- encompassing all three pillars (environmental, social, and economic) - redesigning systems and rethinking how and what we do to find win - win - win solutions: better for the people, better for the culture, and better for the planet.

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