kuda.org recommends and participates in: Berliner Gazette project, October 2022, AFTER EXTRACTIVISM
Berliner Gazette project
The Berliner Gazette (BG) 2022 project AFTER EXTRACTIVISM launches its intervention at a critical juncture: Economic and ecological crises are increasingly devastatingly intertwined and fuel each other – an ecological-economic complex (or rather: vicious circle) that produces pandemics, extreme weather events, the slow violence of climate catastrophe, and outright wars.
After Extractivism · BG°2022 Project
How can we build our future on the legacies and claims of those who, yesterday as today, have been plunged into existential hardship by the ecological-economic complex? And how can we make such struggles a source of inspiration for a common cause?
The entire three-day program takes place in the Haus der Demokratie und Menschenrechte (House of Democracy and Human Rights) in Berlin from October 13th till 15th 2022, the event is structured in different formats: public talks, workshops, essays and a publication that will unify all activities.
Public Talks topics:
Empire & Ecology
Speakers: Max Haiven (EN | DE), Julio Linares (EN | DE), and Aleksandar Matković (EN | DE).
Host: Claudia Núñez.
Speakers: Katarina Kušić (EN | DE), Andrea Vetter (EN | DE), and Manuela Zechner (EN | DE).
Host: Stoyo Tetevenski.
Post-Soviet Extractivism - The starting point for the essayistic experimental documentary “Stone of Hell”
(dir.: Tekla Aslanishvili, Giorgi Gago Gagoshidze)
Film screening, artist talk, and discussion.
Host: Magdalena Taube.
Workshops topics: Setting, Rebooting Eco-Justice, Algorithmic Mindset, Disarming Resource Wars, Climate and Tech Politics, Post-1989 Lessons
more about Berliner Gazette project - https://projekte.berlinergazette.de/after-extractivism
Associates network: AFTER EXTRACTIVISM is a cooperation between Berliner Gazette (BG) and various collectives and NGOs. Outreach partners include AthensLive, Data Politics Lab, Furtherfield, Harun Farocki Institut, Haus der Demokratie und Menschenrechte (House of Democracy and Human Rights), Institute of Network Cultures, kuda.org, LeftEast, Mediapart, NON, Supermarkt, and Transnational Institute.
The conference is funded by the German Federal Agency for Civic Education/bpb, Schwingenstein Foundation, and the ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius.