Thursday Talk as part of the exhibition "Overground Resistance"
Within the frame of ‘tentacular thinking’ (Haraway, 2016), Seeing through flames will reflect on art’s potential to transform our modes of seeing, and to translate this shift into lasting social change. Departing from an intersectional standpoint, the talk will virtually bring together multiple artistic practices that pursue a political impact while also actively disengaging from the universalizing discourse of the Anthropocene underlining, instead, the multiple levels of discrimination that must be taken into account when organizing collective action.
Vanina Saracino is an independent curator. Her work focuses on man-made environmental breakdown, climate justice, and more-than-human minds, with an emphasis on lens-based and time-based art practices. She is currently co-curating the upcoming Screen City Biennial Other Minds (2022) and lecturing at the Universität der Künste (Berlin) and MFA Fine Arts, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design (Tel Aviv).
Vanina Saracino: SEEING THROUGH FLAMES. Intersectional resistance toward (climate)justic
18 Nov 2021/18:30-20:00H