Our Time On Earth – exhibition news!

We are thrilled to finally let out the big secret: Eyes as Big as Plates will join a major exhibition in the UK next spring! Opening in May 2022, Our Time on Earth at The Barbican Centre , London invites visitors to experience a range of radical visions and perspectives of our shared planet, exploring Earth as a community to which we all belong – humans as just one species among millions. The exhibition brings together academics, architects, artists, activists, designers, ecologists, engineers, environmental campaigners, researchers, scientists, technologists and writers, to highlights the need to work together across disciplines to tackle climate change.

18 works, including 12 new commissions, from 12 countries around the world!
5 May – 29 August 2022, Barbican Centre

Thank you to the team at Barbican for the great work! Luke Kemp, Guest curators Kate Franklin and Caroline Till, Stéphan La Roche from the @mcqorg We are pumped to be showing alongside collectives #ChooseEarth and #Selvagem, #GeorgeMonbiot and creative innovation studio #Holition, Bio-Leadership Project co-Founder #AndresRoberts and digital art collective #MarshmallowLaserFeast, Colombian biologist #BrigitteBaptiste ‘s and #IoDF (Institute of Digital Fashion) #QueerEcology, #BuildXStudio with #Mycotile, curated by #CarolinaLarrazabal & #EttaMadete, representatives from the Khasis community in the North-eastern Indian state of Meghalaya, the Subak community of farmers in Bali and the Ma’dan community of southern Iraq collaborated with designer and author of Lo—TEK: Design by Radical Indigenism by #JuliaWatson, architect and sustainability engineer #MariaSmith and #BuroHappold, #Biofabricate and #ParleyfortheOceans, #Superflux ‘s Refuge for Resurgence, Keralan architecture firm Wallmakers, #LiamYoung ’s film Planet City, The Sensible Zone by #TerritorialAgency, Noise Aquarium, by #VictoriaVesna and Austrian scientific visualisation collaborators present Plankton in Noise Pollution, #SPACE10 with #Modem, Australian art duo #Tin&Ed, and finally the Dutch artist #ThijsBiersteker’s collaboration with #Unesco. 

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