Exhibition: When Records Melt

Documenting the effects of global climate change

21-23 September 2018 

Unseen Amsterdam presents When Records Melt, set up in collaboration with Project Pressure, a charity organisation that works with artists to document the effects of global climate change. The exhibition features international artists that focus on raising awareness through a variety of photographic interpretations, depicting issues surrounding the global environment in a new and inspiring context. These artists utilise the unique characteristics of photography to engage emotions in order to incite positive behavioural change.

Featured artists are: Michael Benson (DE), Adam Broomberg (ZA) & Oliver Chanarin (UK), Edward Burtynsky (CA), Peter Funch (DK), Noémie Goudal (FR), Simon Norfolk (NG), Christopher Parsons (UK) and Klaus Thymann (DK)

Read interviews online with Klaus Thymann and Christopher Parsons, with more to come. 

Norfolk+Thymann in conversation with Liss Marie Andreassen
Sat 22 Sept, 17.00 – 18.30
Location: When Records Melt

Image: Shroud, Rhône Glacier, Switzerland, 2018 © Norfolk + Thymann