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imagine 2020
Imagine 2020

Artists and the cultural sector can and must play an important role in creating awareness of the causes and effects of climate change and contribute to the necessary cultural shift needed if we want to maintain hope for a sustainable future.

imagine 20203
Imagine 2020
  • CoreFunding/Policy making
    • EU Culture Programme/EACEA
    • Municipal/Regional/National
  • Projects/ Project Funding
    • Tipping Point, ADEME
    • British Council, Goethe Institut
    • ONGs: Greenpeace, Oxfam
art and climate change
ART and Climate Change?

“Artists of everykind have one overridingmoral duty, whichis to do theirwork as well as possible. But sincethatworkpartlyconsists of responding to what the world itselfis up to, itwouldbestrange if the best workbeingproduceddidn’ttakesomeaccount, in someway, of what’s happening to ourclimate. Art is not only about beauty: sometimesit has to warn.” – Philip Pullman

the 2020 network thin ice
The 2020 network : Thin Ice

6 partners

4 countries

2 years (June 2008 – May 2010)

Budget: € 467 865 EU: €200 000

KaaitheaterBrussels (BE)

Théâtre Le Quai Angers (FR)

Domaine d’O Montpellier (FR)

LIFT London (GB)

ArtsadminLondon (GB)

Bunker Ljubljana (SI)

2020 network imagine 2020
2020 network: IMAGINE 2020

11 partners

9 countries

5 years (July 2010 – June 2015)

Budget: € 4,427,510 EU: € 2,213,754

ThinIcePartners +

R’damseSchouwburgRotterdam (NL)

KampnagelHamburg (DE)

Transforma Torres Vedras (PT)

Domino Zagreb (HR)

NTIL Riga (LV)

objectives
Objectives
  • To inform and support a generation of artists, working in Europe, whoengage creatively with climate change
  • To create a step change in the performing arts working across Europe and internationally in environmentally sustainable ways
  • Creative exchanges between practices of art and science across Europe
  • To create a greater awareness of climate change and a desire for positive action amongst a European public
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create

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commissions

co-productions

presentation of existingwork (festivals, throughout the season)

artistswhoact as agents for change

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connect

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connectionswithscientists, policymakers, civil society leaders

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national

european

worldwide

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learn & exchange

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shared concepts

analysis of activities

sharing of researchresults and experiences

learningactivities

summeracademies

resource centre

web-site

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document

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dissemination of results

strategicinternal and external communication

joint documentation of activities > create a cultural memory

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Créer

Create

Artists

Stan’s Cafe (UK) / Kate MCIntosh (NZ) / The Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination (UK) / Vertical Détour (FrédéricFerrer) (FR) / Rosas – A.T. De Keersmaeker (BE) / Collectif Argos (FR) / Lulu Baladart (FR) / Eva Meyer-Keller (DE) / Kris Verdonck (BE) / Martin Nachbar (DE) / JeroenPeeters (BE) / SPACE (NL) / Pierre Lafon & Hiromi Koshiwagi (FR/JP) / Richard Dedomenici (UK) / Bart Vandeput – Bartaku (BE) / TanjaRadez (SI) / Ricky Seabra (BR) / Nina Bozic (SI) / Camille Boitel (FR) / Marko Jastrevski (HR) Amy Sharrocks (UK) / LemnSissay (UK ) / Alexander Nieuwenhuis (NL) / Platform (UK) / Emergency Exit Arts (UK) / Tretaroka (SL) / IshratNishat (BD) / Cape Farewell (UK) / GosieVervloessem (BE) / Angelo Vermeulen (BE) /Ackroyd& Harvey (UK) / Via Negativa (SI) / Rosa Casado & Mike Brookes (ES/UK) / Elena Fajt (SI) /PhiaMénard, (FR) / RachidOuramdane (FR) /Jan Ritsema (BE) …

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anne teresa de keersmaeker
Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker

Anne – Teresa de Keersmaeker

KeepingStill (2008)

The Song (2009)

3 Abschied (2010)

keeping still 2008
KeepingStill (2008)

‘Wedecided on Mahler'sSong of the Earth (because of) the feelings whichthis music evoked in me of the desert and of emptiness. I hadwanted for a long time to make a piecewhichwould do justice to myconcernwith the planetand withwhatis happening to the planet. KeepingStill, part 1 gives an impetus to thinking about ecology. But I don't know whatwill come after.’

- Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker

the song 2009
The Song (2009)

The Song (2009)

The Song is a piecethatbespeaks the imminence of a time whenourever-increasing speed of change out-runsitself. In thisaccelerationtowardsstillness, as humans consume Earth's last remainingnaturalresources and the physical body as we know it races towardsitsown obsolescence, necessary radical shifts in momentum, direction and values question whatbelongs to the past and whatbelongs to the future.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbJTpeO5DIo