This Saturday (8th Oct) at 3pm UK time I will be speaking on the panel (Un)Sustainable Perspectives as part of digital art festival, Patchlab Festival‘s online programming.
Here’s the panel details:
Curated and hosted by Irini Mirena Papadimitriou – Creative Director of the FutureEverything.
What does a sustainable world look like? Is sustainability even possible if our capitalist society relies on fast and endless production, supply chains and extractivism? Can we build things differently or produce less? In this conversation, we explore possibilities – and impossibilities – of reframing planetary relationships and shifting our focus to interconnected ecosystems and economies. We are also reflecting on the role of art, design and technology in how these might be shaping our environmental understanding and where we go next.
Other participants include:
Nick Laessing – an artist working with environmental storytelling,
Giulia Bellinetti – researcher and cultural programmer,
Host Irini Mirena Papadimitriou from Future Everything.
The event is free and requires no registration.
If you want to watch live you can catch it here.
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Groggy Mornings | Weeknotes - thejaymoOctober 9, 2022 at 14:54
[…] I really enjoyed my Patchlab panel discussion yesterday. I’ll update the post with the archived video as soon as it goes online. […]