The Climate Clock Global Initiative is seeking ideas from artist-led teams to create a major artwork entitled Climate Clock, which will measure changes in greenhouse gas levels, and be the first in a series of global projects calling attention to climate change. Climate Clock will be an instrument of long-term measurement and will collect data for 100 years. The artwork will be located in downtown San Jose, California, Silicon Valley&8217;s city center, and will be a collaboration between an artist-led team composed of artists, international and Silicon Valley engineers and other creative professionals who are working with climate measurement and data visualization. It is anticipated that the budget for the construction of Climate Clock will be between $5 and $15 million, depending upon the scope of the final proposal.

To view the call, visit http://cadre.sjsu.edu/fuse/strategem.html. For a PDF of the call and the additional prospectus on the Climate Clock Initiative, please visit http://www.sanjoseculture.org/?pid=4500. To apply, go to http://www.callforentry.org and register a username and password, navigate to “Apply to Calls”, and search for “San Jose Climate Clock”. It is free to register.

There are no geographic limitations to applicants country of residence/employment.

You are welcome (and encouraged) to post this Call for Ideas to appropriate boards, user groups, websites, blogs and other sites. We would appreciate being notified of or directed to any posting at climateclock@sanjoseca.gov.

If you have questions please write climateclock@sanjoseca.gov.

The Climate Clock Initiative is a collaboration between FUSE: cadre/montalvo artist research residency initiative and the City of San Jose Public Art Program in cooperation with ZERO1.