Every Second: Air Pollution
Graduated in Architecture in Iran, Amir Karimi finds his passion in 3D. Amir creates sophisticated dream-like animations to make a difference for the environment with his digital art. Driven by inner thoughts and concerns about the Earth, his work can be eclectic, evoking and surrealistic. His art pieces have been shown in various galleries including The wrong Biennale in Spain and Iconic Mints by the WSJ+ and gained the Second Prize at COP26 DigitalArt4Climate and a proud place at the curated NFT platform Exquisite Workers.
“The ticking cube acts as an alert to show us how much our environment is being destroyed in each second. It is a symbol of purity carrying the idea of simplicity. It is a reminder to all of us so that everywhere we see an environmental issue, that cube will be pictured in our mind encouraging us to make some changes. Every second air pollution level is getting higher due to energy use and production. Every year air pollution is responsible for nearly seven million deaths around the world. Have you ever thought about its serious and devastating effects? Did you know that deforestation, acid rain, the hole in the ozone layer, and climate change are the result of air pollution?!” - by Amir Karimi.
Courtesy of Exquisite Workers. Artwork curated by Anna Dart.