CLIMA 2018 | Xavier Cortada



Gretchen Scharnagl, “Ate Grapefruit,” 2015

CLIMA 2018

CLIMA 2018 solo exhibitions feature the work of artists John Bailly, Xavier Cortada, Michael Gray, and Gretchen Scharnagl. as well as interactive works developed by the FIU School of Communication + Journalism and Code for Miami to address sea level rise- including “Will it Flood?,” a new flood prediction app: type in your address! See when the high tides will affect your neighborhood!


CLIMA is a science | art platform addressing global climate change and sea level rise.  It was developed by Xavier Cortada in 2015 in response to the Paris Climate Talks. CLIMA is presented at Pinecrest Gardens’ Hibiscus Gallery in partnership with Florida International University College of Arts & Sciences School of Environment, Society and the Arts (SEAS), the FIU College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts (CARTA), the FIU Honors College (Honors) and the FIU Sea Level Solutions Center (SLSC).