The project Košice 2.0 in cooperation with Nová Cvernovka brings a climate exhibition for Košice, which maps the historical causes of climate change and at the same time is a reflection on our possible future.
We are faced with a choice. As humanity, we can choose the path of a green transformation of society and prevent the worst from happening.
According to the most optimistic models, temperatures could start to stabilise around 2100, and then we could achieve a gradual return to normal. However, without change, global temperatures could rise by 5 to 6 °C by the end of the century.
In addition to new works, the Climate Exhibition for Košice also features student works from the Faculty of Arts of TUKE referring to the local context.
Monika Pascoe Mikyšková
Jana Bučka, Dorota Vlnová and Michal Fulier
Matej Kaminský and Martin Piaček
Erik Sikora and Nicholas Wintzler
Oto Hudec, Boris Meluš, Peter Liška, Ľubica Segečová
Oto Hudec, Eva Križková, Lukáš Osvald, Ľubica Segečová, Peter Liška, Boris Meluš
▪️from 8 March 2023 to 28 April 2023 from 13:00 to 19:00 (closed Mondays).
More information about the exhibition can be found at: www.volba2050.world
The Košice2.0 project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Urban Innovation Measures initiative.