Footprint Modulation: the film
A journey through the ground-breaking exhibition‘Footprint Modulation’ of art and interventions exploring Climate Change, Global Justice and Migration. A project which connects artists and cultural venues with researchers, activists, communities and documentary media to interrogate, expose, humanise and discuss one of the big issues confronting us today and increasingly in the future. Connecting art, climate, migration: documentary film by Kooj Chuhan.
Speaking in the film: Prof David Held, Prof Wendy Brown, Dr Elizabeth Ferris, Dr Andrew Baldwin, Dr François Gemenne, Dr Ilan Kelman, Kooj Chuhan, Craig Barclay, Shahidul Alam, Apu and Murad Chowdhury, Alex Randall (UKCCMC), Dr Koko Warner, Sonali Narang, Dr Ademola Oluborode Jegede, Tracey Zengeni, Mazaher R, Jane Trowell (Platform), Sai Murray, Selina Nwulu, Dave Douglass, Janet Stewart.
Thanks to all the artists and venues, speakers including Dave Douglass (Durham Miners’ Association) and Janet Stewart (CVAC), and special thanks to Maya Chowdhry, Mazaher R, Charlotte Lee, Mark Ruddell, Nigel Hulett / Granadilla Films (Zimbabwe), Transition Durham, DRIK (Bangladesh) and Virtual Migrants. Thanks also for the support from Alex Randall and the UK Climate Change and Migration Coalition. Actors appearing in ‘The Level’ by Mazaher R were Jamil Keating, Afreena Islam and Toby White.
Copyright 2016, Metaceptive / Kooj Chuhan. All rights reserved. Full details of the ‘Footprint Modulation’ exhibition at www.metaceptive.net/footprint-modulation .
Art, Climate, Migration: documentary film screenings of Footprint Modulation
INTERESTED TO SCREEN THIS FILM? Please contact us via http://metaceptive.net/contact . If you are a funded group or organisation, we would appreciate a voluntary fee or donation. We intend to expand this exhibition and show it in other cities, please get in touch if you might be interested to host it or to have it shown in your area.
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