3rd 01SJ Biennial September 2010

A global festival of art on the edge

Climate Clock exhibition

San José State University
Davidson College of Engineering Auditorium Breezeway

The Climate Clock exhibition will feature the proposals for Climate Clock, a major artwork being commissioned by the Climate Clock Initiative. Climate Clock will measure changes in greenhouse gas levels and be the first in a series of global projects calling attention to climate change. The artwork will will be an instrument of long-term measurement and will collect data for 100 years. Climate Clock will be located in downtown San José, California, Silicon Valley’s city center, and will be a collaboration between an artist-led team composed of artists, international and Silicon Valley engineers and other creative professionals who are working with climate measurement and data visualization.

The Climate Clock Initiative is a collaboration between FUSE: cadre/montalvo artist research residency initiative and the city of San Jose Public Art program in cooperation with ZERO1.