Extracting Us: Looking Differently: Feminism, Politics and Coal Extraction

Maimunah Siti (Curator/Producer), Elona Hoover (Curator/Producer), Dian Ekowati (Curator/Producer), Alice Owen (Curator/Producer), Rebecca Elmhirst (Curator/Producer), Lydia Heath

Research output: Non-textual outputExhibition

Abstract

This exhibition seeks to ‘look differently’ at the politics of coal extraction, taking an intersectional approach and bringing together feminism, ecology, climate change and politics. Presenting photographs from Indonesia, the exhibition will be accompanied with a workshop, reading group, film screening and talk by Indonesian scholar-activist to create a space for challenging ‘north-south’ narratives and practicing climate justice.

The exhibition is organised and co-curated by members of the Well-being, Ecology, Gender and cOmmunity (WEGO) network Siti Maimunah, Elona Hoover, Rebecca Elmhirst, Dian Ekowati and Alice Owen, and with ONCA Gallery manager Lydia Heath.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventExtracting Us: Looking Differently: Feminism, Politics and Coal Extraction - ONCA Gallery, Brighton, United Kingdom
Duration: 11 Jul 201921 Jul 2019
https://onca.org.uk/event/extracting-us/

Keywords

  • Extractivism
  • Feminist political ecology
  • scholar-activism
  • Coal mining

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