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