Livestreamed on this page Friday 19 November 2021.
ArtsLink Assembly 2021: Future Fellows
An Annual Convening of Transnational Artists, Thinkers, and Activists Working with Culture to Create a Better World
The following livestreams are part of the ArtsLink Assembly 2021: Future Fellows, a virtual transnational meeting of independent artists, curators and activists on 1 November - 19 November 2021.
Building on last year’s theme of resilience and community engagement, ArtsLink Assembly 2021 focused on the artists and arts leaders, the Future Fellows, creating new networks and structures locally and transnationally to support independent artists in a post-pandemic world.
Friday 19 November 2021 at 12:00 - 2:00 pm EST (New York, UTC -5)
Friday 19 November at 3:30 p.m. - 5 p.m. EST (New York, UTC -5)
The Argentinian collective Etcétera presented a manifesto about ecocide, as part of the second chapter of NEO-EXTRA-ACTIVISM, Protocols of Buen Vivir, their project for the 2020-2022 Boris Lurie Vera List Center fellowship.
Ecocide is mass damage and destruction of ecosystems – severe harm to nature which is widespread or long-term. In recent months, legal experts from around the world have come together to rework a definition of ecocide, which is intended to be adopted by the international criminal court to prosecute the most atrocious crimes against the environment.
Joined by Jay Bernstein, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at The New School, and performance artist L.M. Bogad, the collective presented the lecture / performance RESPONSE-ABILITY, a Manifesto on Ecocide. Seeking to give support and visibility to this new definition of ecocide, Etcétera presents material from the second chapter of their current research through a collection of voices, images, testimonies, and public actions around this topic.
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