Tiles of artwork from Extracting Us contributors

Exhibition

Conversation

Welcome to Extracting Us, online exhibition and conversation


Annoucements and events

  • Weaving connections webinar: Extracting Us exhibit collective reflections
    Through facilitated conversation with co-curators and artists, this event will begin to weave together the threads that connect the contributions, and consider some collective learnings and potential future work. We will ask: what (unexpected) connections have been made and what kinds of questions have been raised? We will draw upon the six themes explored through…
  • Extracting Us: Online Curators’ Tour
    13 August 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Free Join members of the curatorial collective for the Extracting Us online exhibition and conversation for a virtual launch event. Through a collective curatorial approach, Extracting Us aims to challenge ‘north-south’ narratives on extractivism, enable the viewer to see and hear perspectives from those most affected, and develop…
  • Creative Engagements on the Front Lines – webinar
    On the 24th June, sixty-eight people gathered on an online platform to listen to artists-activists share their experiences of creative practices on the front lines of resistance against forces that are changing the skin of the planet. We organised this webinar to mark the setting-in motion of the Extracting Us online exhibition and conversation. Because…
  • Extracting Us at Tracing the Veins virtual conference
    The Extracting Us curatorial collective and contributors Pedro Neto, Maica Gugolati, Sandro Simon and Negar Elodie Behzadi prepared a video to introduce the exhibition and conversation at the Extraction: Tracing the Veins virtual conference co-hosted by the Political Ecology Research Centre at Massey University in New Zealand and Wageningen University Centre for Space, Place and…
  • Extracting Us moving online
    The Extracting Us online exhibition and conversation brings together contributors to a collective exhibition as part of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN20) conference that was to be held in Brighton (UK) from 23-26 June 2020. The conference has now moved online and will take place from 22-25 September 2020. It responds to the need to…
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