Art’s power lies in fostering
empathy, awareness, and engagement.

On the Horizon serves as a poignant reminder of the urgent imperative of climate action. Lisa Rose, film director of On the Horizon and Founder of COLECTIVO, considers it a profound privilege to share this globally significant narrative addressing one of the most critical issues of our time.


On the Horizon serves as a poignant reminder of the impermanence and vulnerability of our coasts. It calls us to redefine our relationship with the ocean, embracing our role as stewards of the Earth. In this crucial moment, we have the power to forge a future that preserves the beauty and equilibrium of our planet.

On the Horizon is a poetic exploration of an artist’s reaction to climate change. Through stunning visuals and lyrical storytelling, the film encourages audiences to grapple with rising sea levels by going toward the problem, not away from it, finding beauty and meaning in the process.

The tubes, filled with seawater, symbolize the expected sea level rise over the coming decades, emphasizing the urgency of responding to the rapid environmental changes. In this cinematic journey, we delve into Ana Teresa Fernandez’s project, capturing the explorations of artists, dancers, musicians, and communities.

Together, we embark on an experience that challenges perceptions, invites reflection, and inspires collective action.

The way our collective story unfolds depends largely on our actions.


On the Horizon art installations have won accolades from major press outlets.
A New Climate—San Francisco, October 12, 2022
Oil spills, plastic, rising seas: artists invoke climate breakdown in San Francisco exhibition – in pictures, November 7, 2021
Set Against the Crashing Waves of the Pacific, a New Art Exhibition Takes On the Climate Crisis,
November 5, 2021
For inquiries about the On the Horizon film, contact Lisa Rose at

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