Dear Eve,

is an appeal to humans to write and rewrite our own handbook to create a sustainable and better climate on earth.

This summer on Pampus Island in collaboration with its visitors we will write the first part:

The Chapter Of Food.

 

Including: new codes of conduct, research into the flora and fauna of Pampus, tips and recipes.

So that everyone can reap the benefits.

The work has taken the form of an installation. The first part is the image above with a letter addressed to Eve (and you).

"Dear Eve,

When God had forbidden you to reap the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, you were brave enough to do it nevertheless. You understood that it was our right and perhaps even our duty to test that knowledge.

Now it's our turn. The apples are ripe. "

The audience is invited to walk towards the two trees. 

The first tree they encounter is the tree of life. According to the Biblical tradition God has planted this tree in the Garden of Eden. The fruits of the tree provide eternal life.

The second tree the audience encounters is the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. This tree also stands in the Garden of Eden. The fruits of the tree give knowledge about what is good and what is evil.

At the second tree, the public is invited to grab an apple.

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Cards with verses hang from the apples. These verses are about our food system. After reading the verse, the audience can walk through towards a voting box.

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There they are invited to rate the verse by leaving it in one of the five slots;

The greener the apple, the better for the world.

Next to the cupboard, a handbook will be formed during the exhibition period, inspired by the feedback from the audience, which should guide us towards a better food system.

THE CLIMATE MUSEUM

The Climate Museum is a pop-up museum about the biggest challenge of the moment: climate change. Together with artists and a large and diverse audience, the Climate Museum provides a cultural-artistic answer to the climate crisis.

 

Want to know more about the climate museum?

This summer The Climate Museum goes for Pampus! I have been invited with three other artists to create and exhibit new work on climate on Fort Island Pampus. In doing so, we are inspired by the island and its visitors.

From July 18 to August 15 we are present on the island a lot to create our new work. After that, the works can still be visited until September 13 as an exhibition.

We also organize a public program.

Plan your visit!

I give workshops on Sunday 9 and Sunday 16 August. On August 9 a picking walk. What is edible on Pampus? On August 16 I will have a tasting of the recipes from the manual. The workshops last about half an hour and are corona proof.

Times: 12:00 and 14:00


Admission: no extra costs in addition to your Pampus ticket


Please register (due to corona): info@hetklimaatmuseum.nl

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THE CLIMATE MUSEUM

The Climate Museum is a pop-up museum about the biggest challenge of the moment: climate change. Together with artists and a large and diverse audience, the Climate Museum provides a cultural-artistic answer to the climate crisis.

 

Want to know more about the climate museum?

This summer The Climate Museum goes for Pampus! I have been invited with three other artists to create and exhibit new work on climate on Fort Island Pampus. In doing so, we are inspired by the island and its visitors.

From July 18 to August 15 we are present on the island a lot to create our new work. After that, the works can still be visited until September 13 as an exhibition.

We also organize a public program.

Plan your visit!

I give workshops on Sunday 9 and Sunday 16 August. On August 9 a picking walk. What is edible on Pampus? On August 16 I will have a tasting of the recipes from the manual. The workshops last about half an hour and are corona proof.

Times: 12:00 and 14:00


Admission: no extra costs in addition to your Pampus ticket


Please register (due to corona): info@hetklimaatmuseum.nl

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THE CLIMATE MUSEUM

The Climate Museum is a pop-up museum about the biggest challenge of the moment: climate change. Together with artists and a large and diverse audience, the Climate Museum provides a cultural-artistic answer to the climate crisis.

 

Want to know more about the climate museum?

This summer The Climate Museum goes for Pampus! I have been invited with three other artists to create and exhibit new work on climate on Fort Island Pampus. In doing so, we are inspired by the island and its visitors.

From July 18 to August 15 we are present on the island a lot to create our new work. After that, the works can still be visited until September 13 as an exhibition.

We also organize a public program.

Plan your visit!

I give workshops on Sunday 9 and Sunday 16 August. On August 9 a picking walk. What is edible on Pampus? On August 16 I will have a tasting of the recipes from the manual. The workshops last about half an hour and are corona proof.

Times: 12:00 and 14:00


Admission: no extra costs in addition to your Pampus ticket


Please register (due to corona): info@hetklimaatmuseum.nl

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THE CLIMATE MUSEUM

The Climate Museum is a pop-up museum about the biggest challenge of the moment: climate change. Together with artists and a large and diverse audience, the Climate Museum provides a cultural-artistic answer to the climate crisis.

 

Want to know more about the climate museum?

This summer The Climate Museum goes for Pampus! I have been invited with three other artists to create and exhibit new work on climate on Fort Island Pampus. In doing so, we are inspired by the island and its visitors.

From July 18 to August 15 we are present on the island a lot to create our new work. After that, the works can still be visited until September 13 as an exhibition.

We also organize a public program.

Plan your visit!

I give workshops on Sunday 9 and Sunday 16 August. On August 9 a picking walk. What is edible on Pampus? On August 16 I will have a tasting of the recipes from the manual. The workshops last about half an hour and are corona proof.

Times: 12:00 and 14:00


Admission: no extra costs in addition to your Pampus ticket


Please register (due to corona): info@hetklimaatmuseum.nl

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THE CLIMATE MUSEUM

The Climate Museum is a pop-up museum about the biggest challenge of the moment: climate change. Together with artists and a large and diverse audience, the Climate Museum provides a cultural-artistic answer to the climate crisis.

 

Want to know more about the climate museum?

This summer The Climate Museum goes for Pampus! I have been invited with three other artists to create and exhibit new work on climate on Fort Island Pampus. In doing so, we are inspired by the island and its visitors.

From July 18 to August 15 we are present on the island a lot to create our new work. After that, the works can still be visited until September 13 as an exhibition.

We also organize a public program.

Plan your visit!

I give workshops on Sunday 9 and Sunday 16 August. On August 9 a picking walk. What is edible on Pampus? On August 16 I will have a tasting of the recipes from the manual. The workshops last about half an hour and are corona proof.

Times: 12:00 and 14:00


Admission: no extra costs in addition to your Pampus ticket


Please register (due to corona): info@hetklimaatmuseum.nl

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THE CLIMATE MUSEUM

The Climate Museum is a pop-up museum about the biggest challenge of the moment: climate change. Together with artists and a large and diverse audience, the Climate Museum provides a cultural-artistic answer to the climate crisis.

 

Want to know more about the climate museum?

This summer The Climate Museum goes for Pampus! I have been invited with three other artists to create and exhibit new work on climate on Fort Island Pampus. In doing so, we are inspired by the island and its visitors.

From July 18 to August 15 we are present on the island a lot to create our new work. After that, the works can still be visited until September 13 as an exhibition.

We also organize a public program.

Plan your visit!

I give workshops on Sunday 9 and Sunday 16 August. On August 9 a picking walk. What is edible on Pampus? On August 16 I will have a tasting of the recipes from the manual. The workshops last about half an hour and are corona proof.

Times: 12:00 and 14:00


Admission: no extra costs in addition to your Pampus ticket


Please register (due to corona): info@hetklimaatmuseum.nl

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THE CLIMATE MUSEUM

The Climate Museum is a pop-up museum about the biggest challenge of the moment: climate change. Together with artists and a large and diverse audience, the Climate Museum provides a cultural-artistic answer to the climate crisis.

 

Want to know more about the climate museum?

This summer The Climate Museum goes for Pampus! I have been invited with three other artists to create and exhibit new work on climate on Fort Island Pampus. In doing so, we are inspired by the island and its visitors.

From July 18 to August 15 we are present on the island a lot to create our new work. After that, the works can still be visited until September 13 as an exhibition.

We also organize a public program.

Plan your visit!

I give workshops on Sunday 9 and Sunday 16 August. On August 9 a picking walk. What is edible on Pampus? On August 16 I will have a tasting of the recipes from the manual. The workshops last about half an hour and are corona proof.

Times: 12:00 and 14:00


Admission: no extra costs in addition to your Pampus ticket


Please register (due to corona): info@hetklimaatmuseum.nl

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THE CLIMATE MUSEUM

The Climate Museum is a pop-up museum about the biggest challenge of the moment: climate change. Together with artists and a large and diverse audience, the Climate Museum provides a cultural-artistic answer to the climate crisis.

 

Want to know more about the climate museum?

This summer The Climate Museum goes for Pampus! I have been invited with three other artists to create and exhibit new work on climate on Fort Island Pampus. In doing so, we are inspired by the island and its visitors.

From July 18 to August 15 we are present on the island a lot to create our new work. After that, the works can still be visited until September 13 as an exhibition.

We also organize a public program.

Plan your visit!

I give workshops on Sunday 9 and Sunday 16 August. On August 9 a picking walk. What is edible on Pampus? On August 16 I will have a tasting of the recipes from the manual. The workshops last about half an hour and are corona proof.

Times: 12:00 and 14:00


Admission: no extra costs in addition to your Pampus ticket


Please register (due to corona): info@hetklimaatmuseum.nl

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THE CLIMATE MUSEUM

The Climate Museum is a pop-up museum about the biggest challenge of the moment: climate change. Together with artists and a large and diverse audience, the Climate Museum provides a cultural-artistic answer to the climate crisis.

 

Want to know more about the climate museum?

This summer The Climate Museum goes for Pampus! I have been invited with three other artists to create and exhibit new work on climate on Fort Island Pampus. In doing so, we are inspired by the island and its visitors.

From July 18 to August 15 we are present on the island a lot to create our new work. After that, the works can still be visited until September 13 as an exhibition.

We also organize a public program.

Plan your visit!

I give workshops on Sunday 9 and Sunday 16 August. On August 9 a picking walk. What is edible on Pampus? On August 16 I will have a tasting of the recipes from the manual. The workshops last about half an hour and are corona proof.

Times: 12:00 and 14:00


Admission: no extra costs in addition to your Pampus ticket


Please register (due to corona): info@hetklimaatmuseum.nl

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THE CLIMATE MUSEUM

The Climate Museum is a pop-up museum about the biggest challenge of the moment: climate change. Together with artists and a large and diverse audience, the Climate Museum provides a cultural-artistic answer to the climate crisis.

 

Want to know more about the climate museum?

This summer The Climate Museum goes for Pampus! I have been invited with three other artists to create and exhibit new work on climate on Fort Island Pampus. In doing so, we are inspired by the island and its visitors.

From July 18 to August 15 we are present on the island a lot to create our new work. After that, the works can still be visited until September 13 as an exhibition.

We also organize a public program.

Plan your visit!

I give workshops on Sunday 9 and Sunday 16 August. On August 9 a picking walk. What is edible on Pampus? On August 16 I will have a tasting of the recipes from the manual. The workshops last about half an hour and are corona proof.

Times: 12:00 and 14:00


Admission: no extra costs in addition to your Pampus ticket


Please register (due to corona): info@hetklimaatmuseum.nl