The Solar Panel Art Series
Founded in 2016, The Solar Panel Art Series aligns science and art, creating a platform where renewable energy meets artistic creativity. With every edition we work with established curators inviting a selection of international artists to employ solar panels as an artistic medium. The resulting bespoke artworks have been exhibited in Berlin, Bonn, Crans-Montana, Cologne, Madrid and New York.
They’re subsequently sold in a benefit auction in partnership with Paddle8, with proceeds going to Olafur Eliasson’s Little Sun Foundation “Solar Kids School Program”
The Solar Panel Art Series is inspired by art creating positive impact and promoting social awareness. The project highlights the potential where art, technology and nature can co-exist.
Impressions from the “Solar Symphony” at Hotel de Rome in 2019.
Half of the proceeds are donated to Olafur Eliasson’s Little Sun Foundation‘s “Solar Kids School Program”
“Solar Kids School Program” is a humanitarian project that provides clear, safe and sustainable light in the form of solar lamps to circa 2,000 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.