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.

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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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How India shaped Gerry Judah's art - Christian Aid

Wolverhampton Art Gallery

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