Billy X. Curmano believes that humor and wit can open people up, make them think and even win them over. He reasons that it is particularly important when dealing with a subject as overwhelming and as catastrophic as climate change where too many numbers, charts and graphs only numb people or put them to sleep. For inClimate, he will produce an artist’s book dealing with climate change from the blog and Facebook entries which he has been making, along with those of other contributors from the US and abroad. When he requires expertise, Curmano has access to research advisors and collaborators at Cascade Meadows Wetlands and Environmental Science Center near his home in Winona, Minnesota.
Click here for Billy X. Curmano’s inClimate blog.
Curator Regina Cornwell conceived and is organizing inClimate under the auspices of Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc.