Depictions of Living
Deadline: 08/09/2019 | Published: 26/06/2019 | City: London | Region: London | Country: United Kingdom | Roshanak (Roshi) Khakban
Depictions of Living - Art and Activism in time of climate crisis
Submission Deadline: Midday Saturday 8th September
Proposed Exhibition dates will be 2 weeks in October 2019
Tuesday, 1st October - Wednesday, 31st October (Exact dates to be confirmed)
This call-out’s aim is to showcase recent works by contemporary and emerging artists confronting climate issues and the creative approach within related protest movements (Greenpeace, Extinction Rebellion, School Strike, etc.) We are looking for artists working with any medium (painting, sculpture, photography, performance, film, etc.)
This is an opportunity for artists who in the core of their practice are exploring the challenges of global climate change and ecological destruction.
This exhibition will take place in a gallery space parallel to a range of interactive and participatory exhibition-related events such as workshops, talks, and film screenings over two weeks period. (Space to be confirmed)
The program of the events will be published prior to the Private View.
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climate change and ecological destruction. We are looking for works created in the past 6-12 months
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