210 - 170 cm (83 - 67 inch)
On June 20th 2020, the temperature in the Siberian city of Verkhoyansk rose to a 100,4°F (38°C). A temperature that fits well with the Mediterranean Sea and not with a place in Northeast Siberia that falls within the boundaries of the Arctic. Scientists at the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) called it the highest temperature ever recorded in the Arctic. The Arctic, which is warming more than twice as fast as the global average, experienced an abnormally high temperature from January to June. An oversized painting to emphasize an extraordinary situation.