The Solar Panel Art Series

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About

The Solar Panel Art Series aligns science and art, creating a platform where renewable energy meets artistic creativity. We invite a selection of artists and designers to employ solar panels as an artistic medium. The resulting bespoke artworks will be exhibited in Berlin and subsequently sold online in a benefit auction, with proceeds going to the Little Sun Foundation "Solar Kids School Program", a solar project that provides clear, safe and sustainable light and phone charging to school children and their teachers in Rwanda. These kids live beyond the energy grid and rely on dangerous, polluting and expensive kerosene or candles for their lighting.
The Solar Panel Art Series aims to raise awareness for renewable energy, now set to become the primary form of energy in the not-too-distant future. The project would like to highlight the potential where art, technology and nature can co-exist.

Partners

Street Art Berlin
Art partner
The Beam
Media partner
TOA Berlin
Conference partner
Clean Technica
Media partner
Little Sun
Charity partner
Vision Art Festival
Festival partner
Champ Magazine
Media partner
Viessmann
Corporate partner
Sunnny Daze
Photography partner

Our Artists

Gallery

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Contact

For more information, or if you'd like to contribute as an artist, donate a used solar panel or partner with us. Please contact: abou@gridhub.com.

Some Inspiration

Solar Panel Art Inspiration 1
Solar Panel Art Inspiration 2
Solar Panel Art Inspiration 3
Solar Panel Art Inspiration 4
Scream, Yangkura, 2017
Refugee, Yangkura, 2017
Empress, Yangkura, 2017
Parrot, Yangkura, 2017
Walker, Yangkura, 2017
Perceptional coordinate 1, Yuri, 2017
Perceptional coordinate 2, Yuri, 2017
Ian Shevack, Berlin, 2017
Ian Shevack, Berlin, 2017
Ian Shevack, Berlin, 2017
Northern Lights 1, Katrin Fridriks, 2017
Northern Lights 2, Katrin Fridriks, 2017
Element p.1, Choi Jin-youn, 2017
Element p.2, Choi Jin-youn, 2017
Wind Blows, Lee Jeungtae, 2017
One Fine Springday, Lee Jeungtae, 2017

Testimonials

By using art as a tool for social impact, we hope to inspire and empower sustainable development in developing countries and shed light on the importance of adopting renewables part of the solution to combating climate change.
- Anne-Sophie, Project Manager for The Beam
Working on this project has enabled me to expand my mind to fully realizing the untapped potential art has in helping spread the message of sustainability. Already impacting the lives of many children in Rwanda, I can only image what the future holds for this project.
- Abou, Project Manager for The Solar Panel Art Series
Solar Panels are a big step towards creating sustainable energy and reducing greenhouse gasses. The Art we do creates awareness in a cool & sexy way that might reach some individuals that are not 'INTO' the topic of global warming.
- Ian Shevack, Participating Artist