Over de rol van kunst in een globaliserende samenleving

Framer Framed

Crisis Imaginaries

Crisis Imaginaries is a project in collaboration with Goethe Instituut Niederlande. It explores the climate and ecological crises through participatory research and from intersectional perspectives--across sociocultural backgrounds as well as fields of practice: art, science, academia and activism. Reckoning with colonial-imperial roots, we seek to deepen our understanding of a present defined by extinction and environmental destruction and a future bracing for climate collapse. The series of public programs promotes spaces of listening and knowledge/resource sharing in an effort to move toward a more climate just society.

Click the title of each Chapter for more information, or watch the online panels on Framer Framed YouTube's channel. 

Season 1

The first season of Crisis Imaginaries began with four events in 2020, prompted by the world shifting in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, asking the questions: What can we learn from our current crisis and take with us for our present and future crisis?

Crisis Imaginaries, hoofdstuk 1: Climate Transformations

The first online panel on the climate crisis.
Carola Rackete,
Radha D’Souza and
Jonas Staal.

Crisis Imaginaries, hoofdstuk 2: Visibility Politics & Climate Justice

Online discussion on intersectional climate justice.

Chihiro Geuzebroek
Asuka Kähler
Raki Ap
Amanda Boetzkes

Crisis Imaginaries, hoofdstuk 3: Klimaatgevoelens

Online conversation on the climate crisis as a social phenomenon intertwined with human emotion.

Ada M. Patterson
Aline Baiana
Clementine Edwards
Tal Beery
Binna Choi

Crisis Imaginaries, hoofdstuk 4: Climate Interventions

Online discussion on creating an altered world. 

Jessika Khazrik
Tega Brain
Claudius Schulze
Marija Cetinić. 

Season 2

The second season of Crisis Imaginaries begins again in 2021, see the new programs below. 

Crisis Imaginaries: On Slow Violence & the Anti-Spectacle

Film screening and discussion with Connie Zheng and Irene de Craen.


Klimaat en Milieuactivisme in de kunst - #ActivismArchive

The #ActvismArchive was a series of weekly posts in support of the Fridays for Future climate strike online and a way to remind ourselves and others of the power and possibility art holds in the face of struggle.