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Serpentine Podcast presents: Future Ecologies: On Fire
Back to Earth: Can I Get Back To You?

Back to Earth: Can I Get Back To You?

Artists, poets and curators consider where the environmental and the artistic truly meet?

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Back to Earth: Queer Currents

Back to Earth: Queer Currents

Artists and thinkers join the dots between queer theory and environmental activism and climate justice.

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Back to Earth: Standing with the Forest

Back to Earth: Standing with the Forest

We listen to Indigenous organisations fighting extraction and climate change and the artists working with them.

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Jenna Sutela, I Magma App, 2019. Co-commissioned by Moderna Museet and Serpentine Galleries, 2019. Image courtesy of the artist.

Back to Earth: Systems and Sprouts

How are artists using technologies to imagine alternate realities, new alien languages and manipulate time?

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Back to Earth: Tracing the Roots

Back to Earth: Tracing the Roots

What does designing with and for the non-human mean?

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Back to Earth: By Leaves We Listen

Back to Earth: By Leaves We Listen

How can botanical knowledge support practices of ecological and personal healing?

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Serpentine Podcast Ecology

General Ecology: We Make Tomorrow

What are artists’ roles in knowing or making tomorrow? What are alternative ways of knowing our planet?

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Back to Earth Podcast

Back to Earth: Drops make an ocean

One of the core ecological principles of Back to Earth: we are all interconnected, smaller pieces of a larger whole.

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Serpentine Podcast

Bringing together the artists, writers and thinkers of our time to explore timely questions around technology, ecology and equality.

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Discover 50 years of the Serpentine

From the architecture pavilion and digital commissions to the ideas marathon and the General Ecology programme, explore 50 years of artists, projects and exhibitions.

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