Pedro Marzorati is an Argentinian multidisciplinary artist who, depending on the subject, is expressed with different techniques: land art, photography, sculpture, drawing, installation, music, multimedia … This time we focus on his men sculptures installation to aware us for climate-change.
The climate-change focused sculpture was installed in Montsouris Park, Paris. The piece, which consists of bright-blue humans emerging from, or sinking into, a pond. He created the piece for the 21st Conference of Parties (COP21), a climate conference in Paris, which aims to reach international agreements surrounding climate change policy. Specifically, the conference aims to enact policies that will keep global warming fluctuations below two degrees celsius. The negotiations will be facilitated by France, from November 30th through December 11th, 2015.
For several years he created poetic installation of land-art in relation to climate change of the warming of the planet, such as “Where the Tides Ebb and Flow,” “Noah Drowned” and “WIND Habitats stolen by the wind” .
Art projects of Pedro Marzorati are based on the reinterpretation of nature, misappropriation of objects and codes that are known to us. These projects seek to change the perception that we have to “play” with them in an imaginary and poetic world.
He wants to integrate art into our urban and natural environment, assigning a role to art both functional and aesthetic. He built a new relationship between the artwork and the viewer in which it intervenes actively, psychologically and physically, in the artistic environment that is offered.
In each of its facilities it invests the scene to give viewers the impression that the action is frozen in time, like to capture some frames taken from a currently projected film, without really knowing the beginning or the end .