Resource Video: November 2021

Emerald City by Stefania Artusi – Between Land and Sea

Palermo, a city with a history dating back to at least the Phoenicians, has adapted to conquerors, colonisers and waves of migration. Four hundred years ago, the Muslim call to prayer, the Adhan, was called by the main mosques of the city alongside the sound of church bells. For the audio installation Emerald City, in […]

Resource Video: November 2021

Future Ages Will Wonder

Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, Yarli Allison, Miku Aoki, Trisha Baga, Breakwater (Youngsook Choi and Taey Iohe), Ai Hasegawa and Boedi Widjaja. Future Ages Will Wonder presents an “alternative museum” of artworks that use science and technology to question our past and offer new ways of understanding who we are and where we belong. The […]

Resource Video: May 2021

Framework for Resilience: Migration and Adaptation

In this third and final episode of the series Framework for Resilience, we discuss migration and adaptation. In 1990, the United Nations anticipated that ‘the greatest single impact of climate change could be on human migration’ with estimates predicting 200 million ‘climate refugees’ by 2050. While the scientific case for human-caused climate change has gained […]

Resource Video: May 2021

Framework for Resilience: Climate Justice from de-colonialist perspectives

In the second episode of the series Framework for Resilience, we start from a collection of questions of how we engage with time, land and ownership: What happens if we consider that the very earth and trees, as well as non-sentient beings like AI and stones, have rights? How can we understand time and consequence […]

Resource Video: May 2021

Framework for Resilience: Ecological Empathy

EPISODE 1: ECOLOGICAL EMPATHY In this first episode, we focus on the dismissive and destructive ways colonial powers have overtaken the natural world, extending the same attitudes to those who call these spaces home. Foregrounding the importance of empathy and practices of care, we discuss the effects of taking a more mindful and generous approach […]