- Posted on November 4th, 2021
Thank You to Our Contributors
Culture has always mobilised change, yet has been largely absent from climate strategy. Our new Creative Climate Justice film series explores arts and culture as a movement, as an ecosystem of different parts – the artists, activists, organisations, policies and more, at the heart of climate action.
Featuring 14 global voices from 9 countries, this series of films focuses on those working across arts and culture and bears witness to climate justice issues as the lens to engage the arts.
We are grateful to all who contributed to the films, read on to find out more!
With thanks to:
Ackroyd & Harvey for providing videos of their works including On the Shore Act 2, Culture Declares Emergency, Ice Lens and more.
Adenike Oladosu for providing images and videos of their work
Almigdad Aldikhaiiry for their works Degree of Separation and Tribulations in Flux, courtesy of the Artist & CULTURUNNERS.
Angela Chan at worm: art + ecology for inspiring us with exhibitions and curations on this topic
Annie Mackinnon for providing excerpts of their work A Sublime Sky, A Technological Eye
Asena Günal for providing images and videos of their work
Andhyta Firselly Utami for providing images and videos of their work for Think Policy Indonesia
boredomresearch for providing their work Call of the Silent Cell, originally commissioned for One Cell At A Time, a public engagement project for the Human Cell Atlas.
British Council’s Global Youth Letter
Budi Agung Kuswara for providing the use of some of their artworks Golden Farmer and Tumbuh hasrat dibalik kepala
Camila Marambio for providing images and videos of their work
Cecilia Vicuna for providing images and videos of their artwork
Chuma Nwokolo for providing images and videos of their work
Corey Baker Dance for providing videos of their work, Leaders of a New Regime
Darien Andres Castro Recalde for providing images and videos of their work
Denise Bertschi for providing excerpts from their work „Helvécia, Brazil“
Drillminister for providing excerpts from their latest documentary Eco-cide
Henry Driver, for providing excerpts from Secrets of Soil, commissioned as part of New Creatives supported by Arts Council England and BBC Arts.
Imitating the Dog, for their #JustGreenCulture film created for the #LifeBeyondCovid campaign
Jason deCaires Taylor for providing photographs of their artistic projects, Underwater Sculpture
Jaspher Ewany / Dealrafael Jsp-E for providing footage of their work and a soundtrack to one of our films from Lango Indigenous Hip-Hop
Karim Shalaby’s photograph from Julie’s Bicycle Creative Climate Leadership training course, Slovenia, 2017
Love Ssega for allowing us to use excerpts from their film Stop Making Sense
Marshmallow Laser Feast for allowing us to use excerpts from their films Treehugger and In the eyes of the Animal
Museum of Plastic 2121 for allowing us to use excerpts from their work
Music Declares Emergency for allowing us to use their incredible film, What a Wonderful World
Natalie Lo Lai Lai for allowing us to use their work Glacier
Nidia Góngora for providing images and videos of their work
Nova Ruth for providing videos of their project Arka Kinari
Novo Amor for providing us with video from their music video for Birthplace
Nwando Ebizie for providing us with video from their work Distorted Constellations
Romain Pennes for providing excerpts from their work One Earth
Royal Court Theatre, for providing excerpts from their trailer for Rare Earth Mettle
Sekai Machache for providing images of their visual artwork
Serkan Taycan for providing images and videos of their work
Sil van der Woerd for providing us with footage from the making of documentary for the music video they created for Novo Amor’s Birthplace
Simone Giampaolo for use of the animation Only A Child, featuring the voice of Severn Cullis-Suzuki
Small Island Big Song for supplying some footage and the musical soundtrack for some of our films. Find out more about their incredible project here
Xiomara Acevedo for providing images and videos of their work for Barranquilla+20
PICTURE – Header: Budi Agung Kuswara, Tumbuh hasrat dibalik kepala, courtesy of the artist
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