See, touch and hear the effects of climate change

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See, touch and hear the effects of climate change

The internationally accalimed artist Olafur Eliasson has created major artworks at two central London sites, called 'Ice Watch'.

Huge blocks of ice were taken out of the waters of the Nuup Kangerlua fjord in Greenland where they were melting into the ocean after having been lost from the ice sheet. 

They have been placed outside Bloomberg HQ in the City of London and outside the Tate Modern. 

The melting icebergs are giving Londoners the opportunity to see the tangible effects of climate change as they feel the ice melting away...

The work has been made in collaboration with leading geologist Minik Rosing. 


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