This day of screenings and discussions explores prospects for remedying deleterious environmental conditions through the transformation of material and imaginary landscapes of the Anthropocene. Playing on the double meaning of ‘remediation’ as fixing and presenting in a new medium, Environmental Remediations deliver lectures, films and images produced by various artists and theorists.
11:00-12:15 Environmental Remediations
12:30 – 1:15 Section curated by Weedy Resistance
2:00 – 3:15 Section curated by Maya Kóvskaya
3:30 – 5:00 Section curated by Sin Kabeza Productions
Environmental Remediations is organized by Dehlia Hannah and Queens Museum Studio Program Artist Karolina Sobecka, as a part of Decolonizing the Anthropocene: Intersectional Knowledges for Ecological Justice, a workshop conceptualized and organized by the Anthropocenic Entanglements Research & Curatorial Platform, and hosted by the Department of Media Culture and Communication at NYU, and the Queens Museum. Contributors to the workshop include Maya Kóvskaya, Heather Davis, Andrew Yang, Lesley Green, Caleb Behn, Nicholas Mirzoeff, TJ Demos, Christopher Kennedy, Ellie Irons, Lucia Monge, Che Gossett, Leila Nadir, Lissette Olivares, Karolina Sobecka, Dehlia Hannah and Caitlin Berrigan.