In Purple, John Akomfrah uses six screens to convey a message, combining archival footage with haunting shots of modern landscapes, and asking humanity to look at its relationship with the planet, before it's too late.
Climate change is the greatest threat facing our planet – and it doesn’t give a damn where you live. As perpetrators of climate chaos collude across borders, a new wave of activists are forming their own international web. They’re reclaiming our right to self-determination – before it’s too late to act.
Humanity is on the edge, with a climate change armageddon on the horizon, and indicative of these changes is the destruction of the Kalbarri reef. The devastation was discovered by Dr Thomas Wernberg, who is now on a mission to save it.