3537 and Little Sun: Solar-Powered Installation in Paris

The Parisian hub dedicated to cultural creation and progress, called ​​3537, presents a solar powered installation using 500 Little Sun lamps. The event takes place in the courtyard of the Hôtel de Coulanges on January 28-30, 2022 and is part of 3537’s Brûlures series on climate change.

“It is an honor to host Little Sun at 3537. This is the true calling of 3537: to encourage impact-based artistic projects, to give them a home so that Parisians can discover them, and then act”.
— Adrian Joffe, director, 3537

Alongside the installation, Little Sun will screen Fast Forward, a series of short films exploring five artists’ dreams for a regenerative world.  The films are part of Little Sun’s efforts to give voice to new narratives around climate change and climate action. 

“We are delighted to be part of 3537’s program towards climate action. Amplifying our voice makes it possible for us to respond to energy access inequality, bringing renewable energy to those who need it the most. Our supporters enable us to get ever more essential solar power to farmers, students, health workers and refugees in rural areas.”
— John Heller, CEO, Little Sun

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