Presentation and Conversation: Eco-Hacktivism

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Presentation and Conversation: Eco-Hacktivism

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Symposium: Techno-Optimism and Eco-Hacktivism 23 Nov 2019, Sat 02:00 PM - 07:00 PM The Single Screen, Block 43 Malan Road

3.20 – 5.00pm Presentation and Conversation: Eco-Hacktivism with Irene Agrivina, artist; inhabitants, artists; Dr Serina Abdul Rahman, Visiting Fellow, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, Singapore; and Janelle Thompson, Associate Professor, Asian School of the Environment, NTU; moderated by Dr Karin Oen, Deputy Director, Curatorial Programmes, NTU CCA Singapore

With practices at the intersection of art and activism, Irene Agrivina and inhabitants will share more about their works, on view in the Exhibition Hall and the Lab respectively. While Agrivina teaches local women communities in Indonesia how to transform wastewater into valuable goods, inhabitants informs a wider public about the threats of seabed mining. Environmental researchers Dr Serina Abdul Rahman and Dr Janelle Thompson will present their findings on floral and faunal marine communities, as well assustainable and ecological solutions regarding natural resources.

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2019-11-23

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English

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With practices at the intersection of art and activism, Irene Agrivina and inhabitants will share more about their works, on view in the Exhibition Hall and the Lab respectively.

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502445509

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Citation

“Presentation and Conversation: Eco-Hacktivism,” NTU CCA Singapore Digital Archive, accessed August 15, 2022, https://ntuccasingapore.omeka.net/items/show/1407.