22/06/2022
Interview
Lewis Swan
Curator Tour: Our Time on Earth at Barbican
We're happy to present a tour of Barbican's multimedia ecological show Our Time on Earth by co-curator Caroline Till

Showing at The Curve Barbican until 29th August, Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary exhibition showcasing pieces by a multitude of artists, collectives and scientists. The works themselves depict a variety of imagined futures in response to the climate emergency, considering the rewilding of human habitats, adapting to the effects of ecological crisis and the role that can be played by shifting cultural perceptions of identity. Split loosely into three chapters entitled ‘Belong’, ‘Imagine’ and ‘Engage’, the exhibition includes dynamic, immersive works by such artists as Marshmallow Laser Feast, artistic duo Riitta Ikonen & Karoline Hjorth and Liam King.

One of the most striking pieces to consider the place of humans within the planet’s ecosystem is Superflux’s installation Refuge for Resurgence; first displayed at La Biennale Di Venezia in 2021, the piece depicts a ‘multispecies banquet’ with the table set with cutlery and crockery designed for 14 different species, inviting visitors to consider humans as species living alongside others on earth, rather than above them. Meanwhile, in the commission Queer Ecology, the Institute of Digital Fashion has worked with Colombian biologist Brigitte Baptiste to reflect her assertion that ‘there is nothing more queer than nature’, breaking the human body down to matter beyond the physical body and serving as a rejection of traditionally binary societal lables of gender and sexuality.

We were lucky enough to get a tour and chat with co-curator of Our Time on Earth Caroline Till in which she talked us through the artworks on display, the aims of the exhibition and the balance between depicting the reality of the climate emergency while maintaining a hopeful tone.

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22/06/2022
Interview
Lewis Swan
Curator Tour: Our Time on Earth at Barbican
We're happy to present a tour of Barbican's multimedia ecological show Our Time on Earth by co-curator Caroline Till

Showing at The Curve Barbican until 29th August, Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary exhibition showcasing pieces by a multitude of artists, collectives and scientists. The works themselves depict a variety of imagined futures in response to the climate emergency, considering the rewilding of human habitats, adapting to the effects of ecological crisis and the role that can be played by shifting cultural perceptions of identity. Split loosely into three chapters entitled ‘Belong’, ‘Imagine’ and ‘Engage’, the exhibition includes dynamic, immersive works by such artists as Marshmallow Laser Feast, artistic duo Riitta Ikonen & Karoline Hjorth and Liam King.

One of the most striking pieces to consider the place of humans within the planet’s ecosystem is Superflux’s installation Refuge for Resurgence; first displayed at La Biennale Di Venezia in 2021, the piece depicts a ‘multispecies banquet’ with the table set with cutlery and crockery designed for 14 different species, inviting visitors to consider humans as species living alongside others on earth, rather than above them. Meanwhile, in the commission Queer Ecology, the Institute of Digital Fashion has worked with Colombian biologist Brigitte Baptiste to reflect her assertion that ‘there is nothing more queer than nature’, breaking the human body down to matter beyond the physical body and serving as a rejection of traditionally binary societal lables of gender and sexuality.

We were lucky enough to get a tour and chat with co-curator of Our Time on Earth Caroline Till in which she talked us through the artworks on display, the aims of the exhibition and the balance between depicting the reality of the climate emergency while maintaining a hopeful tone.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
22/06/2022
Interview
Lewis Swan
Curator Tour: Our Time on Earth at Barbican
We're happy to present a tour of Barbican's multimedia ecological show Our Time on Earth by co-curator Caroline Till

Showing at The Curve Barbican until 29th August, Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary exhibition showcasing pieces by a multitude of artists, collectives and scientists. The works themselves depict a variety of imagined futures in response to the climate emergency, considering the rewilding of human habitats, adapting to the effects of ecological crisis and the role that can be played by shifting cultural perceptions of identity. Split loosely into three chapters entitled ‘Belong’, ‘Imagine’ and ‘Engage’, the exhibition includes dynamic, immersive works by such artists as Marshmallow Laser Feast, artistic duo Riitta Ikonen & Karoline Hjorth and Liam King.

One of the most striking pieces to consider the place of humans within the planet’s ecosystem is Superflux’s installation Refuge for Resurgence; first displayed at La Biennale Di Venezia in 2021, the piece depicts a ‘multispecies banquet’ with the table set with cutlery and crockery designed for 14 different species, inviting visitors to consider humans as species living alongside others on earth, rather than above them. Meanwhile, in the commission Queer Ecology, the Institute of Digital Fashion has worked with Colombian biologist Brigitte Baptiste to reflect her assertion that ‘there is nothing more queer than nature’, breaking the human body down to matter beyond the physical body and serving as a rejection of traditionally binary societal lables of gender and sexuality.

We were lucky enough to get a tour and chat with co-curator of Our Time on Earth Caroline Till in which she talked us through the artworks on display, the aims of the exhibition and the balance between depicting the reality of the climate emergency while maintaining a hopeful tone.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
22/06/2022
Interview
Lewis Swan
Curator Tour: Our Time on Earth at Barbican
We're happy to present a tour of Barbican's multimedia ecological show Our Time on Earth by co-curator Caroline Till

Showing at The Curve Barbican until 29th August, Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary exhibition showcasing pieces by a multitude of artists, collectives and scientists. The works themselves depict a variety of imagined futures in response to the climate emergency, considering the rewilding of human habitats, adapting to the effects of ecological crisis and the role that can be played by shifting cultural perceptions of identity. Split loosely into three chapters entitled ‘Belong’, ‘Imagine’ and ‘Engage’, the exhibition includes dynamic, immersive works by such artists as Marshmallow Laser Feast, artistic duo Riitta Ikonen & Karoline Hjorth and Liam King.

One of the most striking pieces to consider the place of humans within the planet’s ecosystem is Superflux’s installation Refuge for Resurgence; first displayed at La Biennale Di Venezia in 2021, the piece depicts a ‘multispecies banquet’ with the table set with cutlery and crockery designed for 14 different species, inviting visitors to consider humans as species living alongside others on earth, rather than above them. Meanwhile, in the commission Queer Ecology, the Institute of Digital Fashion has worked with Colombian biologist Brigitte Baptiste to reflect her assertion that ‘there is nothing more queer than nature’, breaking the human body down to matter beyond the physical body and serving as a rejection of traditionally binary societal lables of gender and sexuality.

We were lucky enough to get a tour and chat with co-curator of Our Time on Earth Caroline Till in which she talked us through the artworks on display, the aims of the exhibition and the balance between depicting the reality of the climate emergency while maintaining a hopeful tone.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
22/06/2022
Interview
Lewis Swan
Curator Tour: Our Time on Earth at Barbican
We're happy to present a tour of Barbican's multimedia ecological show Our Time on Earth by co-curator Caroline Till

Showing at The Curve Barbican until 29th August, Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary exhibition showcasing pieces by a multitude of artists, collectives and scientists. The works themselves depict a variety of imagined futures in response to the climate emergency, considering the rewilding of human habitats, adapting to the effects of ecological crisis and the role that can be played by shifting cultural perceptions of identity. Split loosely into three chapters entitled ‘Belong’, ‘Imagine’ and ‘Engage’, the exhibition includes dynamic, immersive works by such artists as Marshmallow Laser Feast, artistic duo Riitta Ikonen & Karoline Hjorth and Liam King.

One of the most striking pieces to consider the place of humans within the planet’s ecosystem is Superflux’s installation Refuge for Resurgence; first displayed at La Biennale Di Venezia in 2021, the piece depicts a ‘multispecies banquet’ with the table set with cutlery and crockery designed for 14 different species, inviting visitors to consider humans as species living alongside others on earth, rather than above them. Meanwhile, in the commission Queer Ecology, the Institute of Digital Fashion has worked with Colombian biologist Brigitte Baptiste to reflect her assertion that ‘there is nothing more queer than nature’, breaking the human body down to matter beyond the physical body and serving as a rejection of traditionally binary societal lables of gender and sexuality.

We were lucky enough to get a tour and chat with co-curator of Our Time on Earth Caroline Till in which she talked us through the artworks on display, the aims of the exhibition and the balance between depicting the reality of the climate emergency while maintaining a hopeful tone.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
22/06/2022
Interview
Lewis Swan
Curator Tour: Our Time on Earth at Barbican

Showing at The Curve Barbican until 29th August, Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary exhibition showcasing pieces by a multitude of artists, collectives and scientists. The works themselves depict a variety of imagined futures in response to the climate emergency, considering the rewilding of human habitats, adapting to the effects of ecological crisis and the role that can be played by shifting cultural perceptions of identity. Split loosely into three chapters entitled ‘Belong’, ‘Imagine’ and ‘Engage’, the exhibition includes dynamic, immersive works by such artists as Marshmallow Laser Feast, artistic duo Riitta Ikonen & Karoline Hjorth and Liam King.

One of the most striking pieces to consider the place of humans within the planet’s ecosystem is Superflux’s installation Refuge for Resurgence; first displayed at La Biennale Di Venezia in 2021, the piece depicts a ‘multispecies banquet’ with the table set with cutlery and crockery designed for 14 different species, inviting visitors to consider humans as species living alongside others on earth, rather than above them. Meanwhile, in the commission Queer Ecology, the Institute of Digital Fashion has worked with Colombian biologist Brigitte Baptiste to reflect her assertion that ‘there is nothing more queer than nature’, breaking the human body down to matter beyond the physical body and serving as a rejection of traditionally binary societal lables of gender and sexuality.

We were lucky enough to get a tour and chat with co-curator of Our Time on Earth Caroline Till in which she talked us through the artworks on display, the aims of the exhibition and the balance between depicting the reality of the climate emergency while maintaining a hopeful tone.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
22/06/2022
Interview
Lewis Swan
Curator Tour: Our Time on Earth at Barbican
We're happy to present a tour of Barbican's multimedia ecological show Our Time on Earth by co-curator Caroline Till

Showing at The Curve Barbican until 29th August, Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary exhibition showcasing pieces by a multitude of artists, collectives and scientists. The works themselves depict a variety of imagined futures in response to the climate emergency, considering the rewilding of human habitats, adapting to the effects of ecological crisis and the role that can be played by shifting cultural perceptions of identity. Split loosely into three chapters entitled ‘Belong’, ‘Imagine’ and ‘Engage’, the exhibition includes dynamic, immersive works by such artists as Marshmallow Laser Feast, artistic duo Riitta Ikonen & Karoline Hjorth and Liam King.

One of the most striking pieces to consider the place of humans within the planet’s ecosystem is Superflux’s installation Refuge for Resurgence; first displayed at La Biennale Di Venezia in 2021, the piece depicts a ‘multispecies banquet’ with the table set with cutlery and crockery designed for 14 different species, inviting visitors to consider humans as species living alongside others on earth, rather than above them. Meanwhile, in the commission Queer Ecology, the Institute of Digital Fashion has worked with Colombian biologist Brigitte Baptiste to reflect her assertion that ‘there is nothing more queer than nature’, breaking the human body down to matter beyond the physical body and serving as a rejection of traditionally binary societal lables of gender and sexuality.

We were lucky enough to get a tour and chat with co-curator of Our Time on Earth Caroline Till in which she talked us through the artworks on display, the aims of the exhibition and the balance between depicting the reality of the climate emergency while maintaining a hopeful tone.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
22/06/2022
Interview
Lewis Swan
Curator Tour: Our Time on Earth at Barbican
We're happy to present a tour of Barbican's multimedia ecological show Our Time on Earth by co-curator Caroline Till

Showing at The Curve Barbican until 29th August, Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary exhibition showcasing pieces by a multitude of artists, collectives and scientists. The works themselves depict a variety of imagined futures in response to the climate emergency, considering the rewilding of human habitats, adapting to the effects of ecological crisis and the role that can be played by shifting cultural perceptions of identity. Split loosely into three chapters entitled ‘Belong’, ‘Imagine’ and ‘Engage’, the exhibition includes dynamic, immersive works by such artists as Marshmallow Laser Feast, artistic duo Riitta Ikonen & Karoline Hjorth and Liam King.

One of the most striking pieces to consider the place of humans within the planet’s ecosystem is Superflux’s installation Refuge for Resurgence; first displayed at La Biennale Di Venezia in 2021, the piece depicts a ‘multispecies banquet’ with the table set with cutlery and crockery designed for 14 different species, inviting visitors to consider humans as species living alongside others on earth, rather than above them. Meanwhile, in the commission Queer Ecology, the Institute of Digital Fashion has worked with Colombian biologist Brigitte Baptiste to reflect her assertion that ‘there is nothing more queer than nature’, breaking the human body down to matter beyond the physical body and serving as a rejection of traditionally binary societal lables of gender and sexuality.

We were lucky enough to get a tour and chat with co-curator of Our Time on Earth Caroline Till in which she talked us through the artworks on display, the aims of the exhibition and the balance between depicting the reality of the climate emergency while maintaining a hopeful tone.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
22/06/2022
Interview
Lewis Swan
Curator Tour: Our Time on Earth at Barbican
We're happy to present a tour of Barbican's multimedia ecological show Our Time on Earth by co-curator Caroline Till

Showing at The Curve Barbican until 29th August, Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary exhibition showcasing pieces by a multitude of artists, collectives and scientists. The works themselves depict a variety of imagined futures in response to the climate emergency, considering the rewilding of human habitats, adapting to the effects of ecological crisis and the role that can be played by shifting cultural perceptions of identity. Split loosely into three chapters entitled ‘Belong’, ‘Imagine’ and ‘Engage’, the exhibition includes dynamic, immersive works by such artists as Marshmallow Laser Feast, artistic duo Riitta Ikonen & Karoline Hjorth and Liam King.

One of the most striking pieces to consider the place of humans within the planet’s ecosystem is Superflux’s installation Refuge for Resurgence; first displayed at La Biennale Di Venezia in 2021, the piece depicts a ‘multispecies banquet’ with the table set with cutlery and crockery designed for 14 different species, inviting visitors to consider humans as species living alongside others on earth, rather than above them. Meanwhile, in the commission Queer Ecology, the Institute of Digital Fashion has worked with Colombian biologist Brigitte Baptiste to reflect her assertion that ‘there is nothing more queer than nature’, breaking the human body down to matter beyond the physical body and serving as a rejection of traditionally binary societal lables of gender and sexuality.

We were lucky enough to get a tour and chat with co-curator of Our Time on Earth Caroline Till in which she talked us through the artworks on display, the aims of the exhibition and the balance between depicting the reality of the climate emergency while maintaining a hopeful tone.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
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