The Icemen Melteth: Berlin Climate Change Installation

The Telegraph is running a beautiful series of photos of an installation of ice sculptures by the Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo. The one thousand human figures were arranged on the steps of the Berlin opera house. They are visually stunning, and seeing them in motion - melting and dripping under the sun- must have been even more powerful.








See the full series.

Comments

1 Response to "The Icemen Melteth: Berlin Climate Change Installation"

Anonymous said... 5 September 2009 at 17:15

wow whough woe
but that, it's just berlin
this needs to be broadcast
worldwide on news programs

this is a testament to the
artist's dedication to the
cause of sustainability &
a superlative achievement

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