Olafur Eliasson is an international artist whose Berlin-based studio, founded in 1995, comprises more than 100 members, including craftspeople, architects and art historians, to realise his works, which span sculpture, painting, photograph, film and installation and intervene in civic space to prompt consideration and conversation. Recently he joined a panel of experts at Tate Modern, London to talk about creativity, sustainability, climate change, environmental emergency and the role of artists in a world that feels like it’s at a tipping point. Resurgence & Ecologist captured some of his responses ...


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