An afternoon presentation by CCA’s 2018-2019 Emerging Curators followed by a discussion around a communal meal of bread, butter, and salt. Ask questions and be asked questions in a friendly atmosphere. Meet other people who are curious about the same stories.
This loaf is hosted by Sben Korsh and Maxime Decaudin and will reflect on their walking tours around Central, Hong Kong, and Canary Wharf, London, and the documentary podcast they’re currently working on. Their curatorial research project, Market Landscape, explores how many international firms headquartered in major financial districts play a key part in funding industries responsible for climate change and environmental degradation—such as palm oil plantations, deep-sea drilling, and tar sands mining. In the public imaginary, these activities are often thought of as problems unfolding in far-flung landscapes. This project seeks to highlight how they also take place within a planetary-scale market landscape at the centres of our cities.
The conversation will take place in several languages including English and French. Space is limited so please RSVP.
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