For COP21, Magnum Foundation and #Dysturb partnered to curate 25 documentary photographs that #reframeclimate and paste them throughout the streets of Paris. Together, we’re amplifying the voices of those with eyes constantly on our world.Loading... Step Into The Frame
Use your arrow keys to explore. Approach a pasted photo to hear the photographer tell the story behind their image and to watch the installation. We recommend using headphones for this experience.Begin
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We thank the Compton Foundation and Twilio.org for their generous support, the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental studies for their scientific research, and to students and research residents from the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at NYU Tisch for developing the audio component and immersive digital presentation.
Website built by ITP students and research residents, Julia Irwin, Lisa Jamhoury, Supreet Mahanti, Jason Sigal and Rosalie Yu. Special thanks to Laura Juo-Hsin Chen.
Featured in this 3D experience are images by: Jonas Bendiksen/Magnum Photos, Paolo Pellegrin/Magnum Photos, and Ed Ou/Getty.
#reframeclimate is a collaboration between New York based non-profit Magnum Foundation and grassroots, Paris-born group #Dysturb to challenge the notions of what climate change imagery looks like by bringing compelling documentary work investigating climate related issues and solutions into public space. Both Magnum Foundation and #Dysturb share values of finding new and broader avenues for documentary photography to be seen and to garner attention on critical, global issues.
Learn more at http://reframeclimate.magnumfoundation.org