Gerry Judah: Bengal and the art of climate change
How do you depict climate change in art? That was the challenge put to artist Gerry Judah - who travelled to India with the charity Christian Aid. Amid a growing modern economy he found pollution and poverty, but also vibrant colourful traditions.
Take a trip with him to Bengal - where he lived as a boy - and see how he was inspired to create five distinctive sculptures.Continue reading the main story
Gerry Judah's work can be seen in the Tipping Point exhibition at Wolverhampton Art Gallery until 6 July 2013.
Photography by Christian Aid/Matthew Gonzalez Noda/David Barbour (UK), and Christian Aid/Elizabeth Dalziel (India)
Audio by Christian Aid. Slideshow production by Paul Kerley. Publication date 21 June 2013.
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