Extracting Us is an online exhibition and conversation on the feminist political ecologies of extractivism. It brings together creative work and reflections from thirteen artists-activists-researchers in relation to diverse extractive contexts.
What began as a physical exhibition at ONCA in July 2019 has now moved online and brings together creative contributions working on different experiences of extractivism around the world, and responses to the contributions from artist and activists, such as the Women and Mining Network in Asia (WAMA) network.
Here you can access event recordings and online resources from both the physical and online exhibition.
EXTRACTING US: TRACING THE VEINS
CREATIVE ENGAGEMENTS ON THE FRONT LINES WEBINAR
EXTRACTING US: ONLINE CURATORS’ TOUR
WEAVING CONNECTIONS WEBINAR: EXTRACTING US COLLECTIVE REFLECTIONS
ARTIST INTERVIEWS & VIDEO PIECES
Image credit: photo by Edgar Kanaykõ Xakriabá
Posted on January 29, 2021
Categories: Environmental Justice & Activism
Tags: 2021, Abdalalah Naem, Denilson Baniwa, Edgar Kanaykõ Xakriabá, Environmental Justice and Activism Events, Extracting Us, Luce Choules, Maica Gugolati, Margherita Scazza, Marilene Ribeiro, Negar Behzadi, Pedro Neto, Ru-Yu (Iris) Lin, Sandro Simon, Siti Maimunah, TAPESTRY project, University of Brighton, University of Sussex, V'cenza Cirefice, WEGO