Artists and thinkers join the dots between queer theory and environmental activism and climate justice.
We listen to Indigenous organisations fighting extraction and climate change and the artists working with them.
How are artists using technologies to imagine alternate realities, new alien languages and manipulate time?
What does designing with and for the non-human mean?
How can botanical knowledge support practices of ecological and personal healing?
What are artists’ roles in knowing or making tomorrow? What are alternative ways of knowing our planet?
One of the core ecological principles of Back to Earth: we are all interconnected, smaller pieces of a larger whole.
How are artists developing campaigns for the Earth? How can an artwork reconnect us with the environment?
How can the Serpentine contribute to discourse around the climate crisis in a meaningful way?
The exhibition reveals the scale, experimentation and playfulness of Hurtado's impressive oeuvre.
A conversation series exploring the intersection between design, ecology and sustainability, hosted by Formfantasma.
"Anyone can fly. All you gotta do is try"
The ground-breaking work of Faith Ringgold (b. 1930, Harlem, New York) is celebr...
Formafantasma are designers who dissect the ecological and political responsibilities of their discipline.
Allison Parrish draws parallels between automatic writing and writing under the control of automation.
Angela Chan, curator of the Worm: art + ecology project sat down with science fiction writers Gu Shi and Regina Kanyu Wang to...