TOMORROW is celebrating World’s Children’s Day on Friday, November 20, with a talk between two generations engaged in the climate debate - the artist Olafur Eliasson and 15-year old Selma Montgomery. The two are equally dedicated to the green transition of our society and are using a wide range of tools to make the climate crisis a top priority for everyone. Eliasson does it through his art - his latest artwork Earth Speakr invites kids to speak up and adults to listen.
Montgomery is a leading character in the Danish branch of the global Fridays For Future movement.
In this TOMORROW TALK Montgomery and Eliasson talk about art as a shared language and how we as a society can listen to the future - the young generations.