The public art installation is designed to
The Vatican is lending itself to environmentalism with a display timed to coincide with the final stretch of climate negotiations in Paris.
. Fifty giant projectors situated on huge towers turned the white facade of the basilica into a massive screen for colorful movie-like images of the world's creatures.
. People gather in front of the basilica.
. Stars appear to shoot across the facade of St. Peter's Basilica.
The Vatican is seriously considering joining the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change, eventually signing an agreement out of Paris and then coming up with a plan to reduce emissions for the Vatican City itself, said Archbishop Bernadito Auzo, the acting head of the Vatican delegation observing climate talks.
"You have to do something audacious to shock people ... to really grab their attention," Psihoyos said.