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3D of Massive Attack Teams Up With JR and Darren Aronofsky on The Standing March

Visual artist JR and director Darren Aronofsky aim to raise awareness for climate change with 3D of Massive Attack producing the sound
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Currently, the UN Climate Conference is being held in Paris, France. Government officials from all over the world are coming together to try and reach an agreement on how they can keep global warming below 2°C.

The Standing March is a projection art piece by visual artist JR and director Darren Aronofsky. Their goal focuses on raising awareness for climate change by projecting 500 people outside the French National Assembly Building. 3D of Massive Attack provides the soundtrack for the piece.

"The protagonists, who joined the artists after a call for participation, have been filmed separately, rotating themselves on a green background and united to create a representation of humanity."

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The Standing March will be on display Sunday, November 29th and Monday, November 30th before taking it to other parts of France from December 1st to December 7th. Stay updated on where they take it next by following JR's Facebook page.

To find out more about The Standing March and to watch the projection, click here.

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