15th Edition Virtual Art Show - Art Quarantine - “ The World has Stopped,the Environment is Grateful! ”

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Artcom Expo International Association of Artists and Partnerships
Opening: 12th September 2020

“ The World has Stopped, the Environment is Grateful! ”
76th International Cultural Exchange of Arts
15th Edition Virtual Art Show - Art Quarantine - “ The World has Stopped,the Environment is Grateful! ”

Documents to be provided

Opening: Delivery of Virtual Certificates, Flyer and Virtual Catalog and Yotub.
Get in touch: SITE: www.artcomexpo.com - E-MAIL: aparsalb@frisurf.no-
Free and Free of Dimensions theme.
The artist may exhibit 1 work - Made in the course of the World Isolation.
Photography, Sculpture, Ceramics, Porcelain at last Art Visual.
Registration will be open to all interested artists.
Documents to be provided:
Send a résumé with a thousand letters in World, .. a photo of the JPG Artist, and a JPG photo of the Work and data from it: which will appear in the Virtual Catalog / Send until August 25, 2020.
Fill in the attached form and send it by e-mail: aparsalb@frisurf.no

Work Data:
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Creator of the project and General Coordinator: Baroness Jiselda Salbu


Norway 2020
Urene, 6730 Davik Norway-
Email: aparsalb@frisurf.no
Contact: Norway / Jiselda Salbu / WaphAzap - TELS: + 47-97907611


Support: Council of Brazilian Citizens in Norway
General Coordination: Baroness Jiselda Salbu


- “ The World has Stopped, the Environment is Grateful! ”

 To talk about the environment and the climate crisis is to discuss equality and ... society stands up and struggles to demand a better world, in ... From the moment of this pandemic where the world stopped it is incredible to see how all nature has recovered! .

Can we not deny that the global situation causes concern in everyone and raises questions about what the future will be like?
Many are already distressed and tired of being indoors, even though they know the need for isolation.
Despite all the tension and negativity of the moment, have you ever stopped to think if anyone is benefiting from social isolation? Well, there is and do you know who it is? The environment.
“For a long time, men have polluted springs, streams, rivers and seas. The planet's natural reserves are being destroyed. Humans are ambitious and treat natural resources as if they would never end.
They do not preserve nature. Progress is good, but it needs to be sustainable. Money cannot buy everything, nor can it manufacture water. Without this precious liquid, even the richest men will die of thirst ”.
The human relationship with nature has not been the best, the world is asking for help and for this reason, we must be aware that although the period of social isolation is exhausting for us, it is very good for the environment.
So, yes, I see difficult moments as tests and even in the worst situations of our life we ​​can learn something.
In fact, what I really believe is that they happen exactly so that we can grow and evolve.
When a pandemic happens, that is, a global problem arises, we have to learn not only as human beings, but as humanity.
We are a planet, a group of incarnated beings all together here in our world. So we have to learn this lesson all together.
Which is really cool if you think about it, because there is no escape. We have not yet learned to flee our planet, so we have to bear the consequences of our actions with nowhere to flee.
Trash is one of them. Diseases. Wars. All of this happens because we are imperfect and we are still learning.

 

The World has stopped and Nature is Grateful ”!

Não podemos negar que a situação mundial causa preocupação em todos e traz questionamentos de como será o futuro?
Muitos já estão angustiados e cansados de estarem dentro de casa, mesmo sabendo da necessidade do isolamento.
Apesar de toda tensão e negativismo do momento, você já parou para pensar se há alguém se beneficiando com o isolamento social? Pois bem, há sim e sabe quem é? O meio ambiente.
“Há muito tempo os homens poluem as nascentes, os córregos, os rios e os mares. As reservas naturais do planeta estão sendo destruídas. Os humanos são ambiciosos e tratam os recursos naturais como se jamais fossem acabar.
Eles não preservam a natureza. O progresso é bom, mas precisa ser sustentável. O dinheiro não pode comprar tudo, nem pode fabricar água. Sem esse líquido precioso, até os homens mais ricos vão morrer de sede”.
A relação humana com a natureza não vem sendo a das melhores, o mundo pede socorro e por isso, devemos tomar consciência de apesar do período de isolamento social ser desgastante para nós, ele é muito bom para o meio ambiente.
Então sim, eu enxergo os momentos difíceis como provas e até nas piores situações da nossa vida a gente pode aprender alguma coisa.
Na real, o que eu acredito mesmo é que elas acontecem exatamente pra que a gente possa crescer e evoluir.
Quando uma pandemia acontece, ou seja, um problema mundial surge, temos que aprender não só como seres humanos, mas como humanidade.
Somos um planeta, um grupo de seres encarnados todos juntos aqui no nosso mundo. Então temos que aprender essa lição todos juntos.
O que é muito legal se você parar pra pensar, porque não tem escapatória. Ainda não aprendemos a fugir do nosso planeta, então temos que arcar com as consequências dos nossos atos sem ter pra onde fugir.
O lixo é uma delas. Doenças. Guerras. Tudo isso acontece porque somos imperfeitos e ainda estamos aprendendo.