This online public program focuses on artists, researchers, designers, and architects whose work makes visible the often invisible infrastructures and systems that are transforming lives and territories across the Americas today. Featuring commissioned films and live conversation, the event presents long-term projects and in-process research, artworks and activism that address the complex post-colonial issues of land use in the twenty-first century, and shares campaigns and designs for a more equitable future. Participants include environmental activists focused on #landback, indigenous food sovereignty, and water equity; filmmakers and artists interrogating literal and metaphorical mining for digital currencies; and climate leaders with visionary ideas for a geoengineered future.
This program is free and will be broadcast on the museum’s YouTube channel. RSVP below for updates and to receive a tune-in reminder.