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The gulf between what oil companies do and what they say grows wider everyday. Every year BP, Shell and Exxon pump their windfalls into
turning up the volume of the propaganda machine. Which means more and louder lying-- "advertising"-- about how green they are, and more
cultural sponsorship. Shell sponsors photography, theatre, and concerts.
Could it be that it doesn't want you to know about the systemic destruction in Russia, Ireland, Nigeria and wherever else it operates?. Making a
living out of making art is tough. But during past crises, artists have been the first to sound wake-up calls. Art Not Oil encourages them to do so
today. It creates avenues for artists to create work that explores the damage that companies like BP and Shell are inflicting.
A project of the non-profit London Rising Tide, Art Not Oil has taken it upon itself to end Shell's sponsorship of London's National Theatre.