Two inclusive climate panels and a manifesto presentation
Manifesto for the living in a time of extinction is an eight-day programme about climate change in a greenhouse on the roof of a city building. Everything comes together during the finale.
On the last day of this programme series, the audience will learn to look at the climate crisis from different perspectives during two panels. Afterwards, artist Anne van Leeuwen will present her findings and conclusions from eight days in the greenhouse. In the form of a poetic manifesto, she will show us city dwellers what we have to do to take better care of the earth.
During this programme, art will not only be made about the climate crisis, but questions are also asked about ourselves and how we might - in an inclusive manner - take action.
To visit the Final Day, please register via the form that can be found under the ticket button. Following the Final Day there will be drinks from 17:00 tot 18:30.
Sat June 18 1:30 PM
- free with registration € 0
language & duration
3 hours 30 minutes
Why is it that women, and especially women of colour, are hit hardest by climate change throughout the world, yet have the least say? With three women, the first panel zooms in on climate action with an inclusive gender perspective. Moderating the discussion is founder & director of Bloei&Groei, Ama Koranteng-Kumi.
The second panel is about ‘hydro-feminism’ and artistic creation processes in relation to water and rivers. Water connects all life on earth. Still, humankind puts itself at the centre and calls our planet ‘earth’ and not ‘water’. In this panel, female artists discuss their vision on our interrelationship with water and how stories and new worlds help us on our way to a more-than-human future. Contributors to this panel, curated by FIBER festival, are artists from The All Rivers and Species Act, Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha and Sissel Marie Tonn. Their conversation will be led by moderator Shailoh Phillips.