This one is dedicated to the #SDG17: Partnerships for the Goals!
The #UnitedNations explains: A successful sustainable development agenda requires partnerships between governments, the private sector, and civil society. These inclusive partnerships built upon principles and values, a shared vision, and shared goals that place people and the planet at the center, are needed at the global, regional, national, and local levels.
In my artwork, southern and northern hemisphere are represented, being summer in the north, winter in the south. Different communities, urban and rural spaces, modern and traditional architectures are designed. An exercise of representativeness. We are all on the same planet, our home, our shared space, and we need to engage in the SDGs agenda together.
In the center, the inscription "Home Sweet Home" is inspired in the work of the artist @judy.chicago (Home Sweet Home, 2000).
This one is dedicated to the #SDG5: Gender Equality!
The #UnitedNations explains: a world where women and men, girls and boys, have the same chances, the same resources, the same representation, and the same rights. How different it would be - economies that prosper with a diverse and skilled pool of talent in their workforce; family tasks equitably shared; better health care, less violence, truly representative democracy.
In my artwork, the south and north hemispheres are represented, and the #genderequality symbol is covering the planet. It is a call for equality that, according to the UN, no country has reached yet.
In the center, the inscription "Home Sweet Home" is inspired in the work of the artist @judy.chicago (Home Sweet Home, 2000), one of the most prominent feminist artists of all time.
This one is dedicated to the #SDG13: Climate Action!
The #UnitedNations explains: no country is not experiencing the drastic effects of climate change. Greenhouse gas emissions are more than 50 percent higher than in 1990. Global warming is causing long-lasting changes to our climate system, which threatens irreversible consequences if we do not act.
In my artwork, the globe suffers from the consequences of fires of important forests in Australia (top) and #amazonforest (bottom). Both ecosystems are being devastated because of human action and also because of climate change. This is an artistic call for action.
In the center, the inscription "Home Sweet Home" is inspired in the work of the artist @judy.chicago (Home Sweet Home, 2000).
This one is dedicated to the #SDG14: Life Below Water!
The #UnitedNations explains: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas, and marine resources for sustainable development!
In my artwork, there is a representation of a marine animal, the turtle, which is extremely vulnerable to changes in its ecosystem, especially in the temperature and acidity of the water. In addition, the mini-planet was built using photographic images of the vegetation complex on the coast of the state of Cerá, Brazil.
In the center, the inscription "Home Sweet Home" is inspired in the work of the artist @judy.chicago (Home Sweet Home, 2000).
This one is dedicated to the #SDG15: Life on Land!
The #UnitedNations explains: protect, restore, and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss.
In my artwork, the mini-planet was built using photographic images of the vegetation on the coast of the state of Cerá, Brazil. Due to its proximity to the caatinga and the cerrado, the coast allows the coexistence of species from these domains together with restinga species, in different formations, constituting a vegetation complex — a beautiful representation of the harmony of the vegetal life on land.
In the center, the inscription "Home Sweet Home" is inspired in the work of the artist @judy.chicago (Home Sweet Home, 2000).

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