Hostile or docile?

With Douglas Coupland, Eriel Deranger, Cornelia Hahn Oberlander, Annabel Soutar, David Suzuki, and Mirko Zardini
Event, in English, 16 November 2016

While we wait for the climate crisis to convince us that it is real, what is the right attitude to take? Should we panic, start saving food, or just lie down and try to relax?

Join us in a temporary tv studio for a live recording of diverse thinkers presenting their work and reflecting on how it suggests different ways forward.

To mark the opening of It’s All Happening So Fast; followed by a party to celebrate the exhibition.

Hostile/Docile, episode 1: Annabel Soutar
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Hostile/Docile, episode 2: Cornelia Hahn Oberlander
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Hostile/Docile, episode 3: Mirko Zardini
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Hostile/Docile, episode 4: Eriel Tchekwie Deranger
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Hostile/Docile, episode 5: Douglas Coupland
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Hostile/Docile, episode 6: David Suzuki
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