Eco-Visionaries: Conversations a planet in a state of emergency

Eco-Visionaries: Conversations on a planet in a state of emergency features a collection of conversations with participants in the RA’s ‘Eco-Visionaries’ exhibition. 

The book includes an introduction by the show’s curators and an interview with Timothy Morton, the environmental philosopher, on ways of thinking about the current climate crisis. The ecologist and activist Jane Goodall writes a foreword on the reasons for hope.

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Material Paperback
Dimensions 13 x 1 x 19cm
No. of Pages 96
SKU 12089890

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This 96-page book accompanies the exhibition ‘Eco-Visionaries: Confronting a planet in a state of emergency’, which opened at the RA in October 2019.

Contributors discuss their radical alternative visions for the future of the planet. Discussions with the following artists and architects are also included:

Rimini Protokoll on survival
Unknown Fields on global manufacturing
Amale Andraos and Dan Wood on architectural thinking
Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg on species extinction
Carolina Caycedo on water politics
Nerea Calvillo on air pollution
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