Climate Emergency

A satellite image of colourful clouds on a gridded background

Climate Emergency

The Photographers’ Gallery’s ongoing programme around the climate emergency is twofold: focusing on exhibitions and public programmes that use photographic methods to raise awareness, educate, and uncover the climate crisis, while also critically interrogating the environmental impact of photography itself. It includes online commissions that link biodiversity changes to electronic equipment; satellite images gathered collaboratively from situated positions across the world; DIY videos towards more sustainable photography; and discussions between artists whose practices directly respond to the unfolding crisis.

Exhibition Cylindrical beehive made of sticks and mud half wrapped in a yellow plastic on a muddy plastic sheet photographed in the outdoors

25 Mar 2022 - 12 Jun 2022


Apian presents an ongoing project by Aladin Borioli exploring the interspecies relationship between humans and bees.


DBPFP22: Anastasia Samoylova

Anastasia Samoylova (b.1984. Moscow, Russia) is shortlisted for her exhibition FloodZone at the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow (8 June - 28 July, 2021). FloodZone is an expansive and ongoing photographic

A graphic map over a pink and purple background, at the center of it there's a circle where it says 'less > more'. A great number of arrows depart from the circle to terms such as 'technologies', 'aesthetics' or 'communities and practices'.

The Image at the End of the World

The Image at the End of the World research strand analyses the photographic image as computational object, as data circulating within networks, and its ecological effects.

A microscopic image of a biological substance as a bright circle within a black background

Green Hacks

A series of practical videos to learn DIY techniques and processes towards a more sustainable photography

Screenshot of multiple overlaid thumbnails of bees and microprocessors

Interview with Joana Moll

Joana Moll and Marloes de Valk discuss Joana's artistic practice working with digital materiality and her 4004 commission.

Exhibition Multiple thumbnails of microprocessors and bees

01 Aug 2021 - 11 Oct 2021

4004 - Joana Moll

Joana Moll explores the devastating, yet relatively unexamined, impact of technology on biodiversity.