Images and Sounds of the Anthropocene


MIS - Museum of Image and Sound

The Museum of Image and Sound of São Paulo – MIS is one of the most important and active cultural spaces in the city, a key space for the International Film Festival, a museum that opened its doors to large audiences gathered to enjoy Stanley Kubrick, David Bowie, Rita Lee and B.B. King.

From September 12th to October 8th, 2023, the museum hosted the exhibition “Images and Sounds of the Anthropocene” held by TIME TO ACT!, offering sensory experiences with the environment through art, music, history and entertainment.

The proposal is to bring a contemporary form of education, using impactful audiovisual experiences, about the consequences of climate change to the City of São Paulo, where the museum is located. It is the largest city in Latin America and one of the largest in the world in terms of population.

Using documentaries, an immersive room and interactive expression filters, the exhibition seeks to make changes in behavior for the fundamental participation of each individual in the slowdown in global warming and in the local reality of the city that suffers from air pollution, flooding and poor urbanization planning.