Klaus Thymann East Greenland Hemheim

East Greenland, Helheim, 2012. © Klaus Thymann

The Danish photographer and Project Pressure founder Klaus Thymann’s work will be displayed at the exhibition Forever Changes, a collaboration between the Nordic embassies in the UK and the gallery Street Level Photoworks in Glasgow. Thymann is supported by the Embassy of Denmark.

The gallery will exhibit contemporary photography from the Nordic countries addressing climate change, sustainability and conservation of the planet. Forever Changes is a call to action and addresses the urgent need to influence change not only for the protection of the planet but also for a better world.

The exhibition opens at the same time as the most important and urgent Climate Change Summit to date – COP26 – which takes place in Glasgow between 31 October – 12 November 2021.

In support of the exhibition, Thymann has created a public art-intervention using stunning imagery overlaid with surprising and potent messages to be displayed in the public on billboards around Glasgow during COP26.

About Klaus Thymann
Danish born Klaus Thymann is a multi award-winning photographer, filmmaker, explorer, writer, creative director and environmental consultant with an Environmental Science degree. Thymann has worked extensively on projects which he is passionate about with a clear focus on climate and the environment. He has developed an original viewpoint, utilising a cross-disciplinary skillset combining journalism, image making, mapping, documentary and exploration applied to contemporary issues and the present climate emergency.

In 2008 he founded the charity Project Pressure – visualizing climate crisis. This charity is collaborating with world-renowned artists creating and exhibiting work to engage emotions in order to incite climate action. Project Pressure has forged partnerships with World Glacier Monitoring Service and NASA among others. Further recognition and funding have come from prestigious beneficiaries including the Queen of Denmark, Arts Council England, the Swiss Environmental Ministry and Hasselblad.

Read more about Klaus Thymann here.