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SUPER-SYMBIONT | Performance by ANDRECO

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Pratica performativa collettiva e itinerante

SUPER-SYMBIONT. PRATICA PERFORMATIVA COLLETTIVA E ITINERANTE di ANDRECO

Performance 10 Settembre alle 17:00

Workshop & Prove: 9 Settembre ore 12:00-14:00 + 10 Settembre ore 10:00-12:00

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🌿 parte del programma Art for Radical Ecologies Manifesto
Un progetto di @instituteofradicalimagination_ & @saledocks per il @venice_climate_camp 2022
đź“ŤVenice Climate Camp, Lido di Venezia/ Piazzale RavĂ 
đź“© Partecipazione gratuita RSVP > Iscrizione ed informazioni: saledocks@gmail.com
⛺Informazioni per la logistica al Venice Climate Camp: info@veniceclimatecamp.comhttps://www.veniceclimatecamp.com/it/


Andreco – www.andreco.org â€“ www.climateartproject.com

Un workshop intensivo per creare un Super-Simbionte, un corpo collettivo in movimento. Sperimenteremo pratiche performative nello spazio pubblico creando sovrapposizioni tra visioni artistiche, scientifiche, politiche ed ecologiche, per arrivare a creare icone trans-disciplinari e alimentare nuovi immaginari per la giustizia ecologica, climatica e sociale. 
L’obbiettivo del workshop è comporre una coreografia per la Climate March del 10 settembre, uno spezzone mutante, visionario ed indefinibile, a cui tutti e tutte possono partecipare.
Se il capitalismo verde si appropria di linguaggi ecologisti, masticandoli e svuotandoli di senso, siamo sempre pronti a mutare a trovare altre definizioni e linguaggi per essere inafferrabili e per mantenere la radicalitĂ  dei contenuti e delle istanze.
Il Super-Simbionte è un organismo mutante ed iridescente che sa curare come la calendula sulle scottature, come le felci sui terreni inquinati dai metalli. Il simbi


Rearsal at Venice Climate Camp Day 1

Rearsal at Lido Venice Day 2

SUPER-SYMBIONT | Performance by ANDRECO

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Collective Itinerant Performative Practice

SUPER-SYMBIONT. COLLECTIVE ITINERANT PERFORMATIVE PRACTICE by ANDRECO

Performance September 10th at 5 pm

Workshop & Rearsals: September 9th 12-2 pm + Sepetember 10th 10-12 am

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🌿 as part of the Art for Radical Ecologies Manifesto
A project by @instituteofradicalimagination_ & @saledocks for @venice_climate_camp 2022
đź“ŤVenice Climate Camp, Lido di Venezia/ Piazzale RavĂ 
đź“© Free participation, RSVP > Registration and info: saledocks@gmail.com
⛺Information and logistics at Venice Climate Camp: info@veniceclimatecamp.comhttps://www.veniceclimatecamp.com/it/


Andreco – www.andreco.org â€“ www.climateartproject.com

An intensive workshop to create a Super-Symbiont, a collective body on the move. We will experiment performing practices in the public space; overlapping artistic, scientific, political and ecological visions we will create trans-disciplinary icons to feed new imaginaries for climate and social justice.
The goal of the workshop is to compose a choreography for the Climate parade, a mutant and dreamy, elusive and indefinable block, in which everyone can participate.
If Green Capitalism appropriates ecological definitions, chewing them and emptying them of meaning, we will constantly mutate, finding new language and practices to maintain the radicality of the contents and instances.
The Super-Symbiont is a mutant and iridescent organism able to cure as marigolds on sunburn or ferns on metal-polluted soils. The symbionte is a new Best Practice, a Climate Action to create new radical imaginaries.


Rearsal at Venice Climate Camp Day 1

Rearsal at Lido Venice Day 2

ART FOR RADICAL ECOLOGIES (MANIFESTO) @ Venice Climate Camp 2022

Un progetto di Sale Docks & Institute of Radical Imagination per Venice Climate Camp 2022

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Programma

Workshop / Assemblea Plenaria

Art for Radical Ecologies (Manifesto)

9 Settembre, 2022, ore 14.00

Venice Climate Camp, Lido di Venezia

Organizzato da Sale Docks & Institute of Radical Imagination

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The Venice Climate Camp 2022 is the opportunity to bring together art and performing arts workers to initiate a discussion that will lead to the collective writing of a manifesto on the role of art in the struggle for climate justice and in the creation of new ecologies (which take into account the intersection of environmental and social facts). If the pandemic had already dramatically underlined the consequences of extractivist anthropization, the war in Ukraine (in addition to its immediate death toll) is a manifestation of what Andreas Malm has called ‘fossil fascism’, a mix of authoritarianism and fossil fuels that weakens the already insufficient measures to combat global warming.  The scarcity of Russian gas has brought coal back into vogue and, in Italy, the construction of new re-gasifiers is on the agenda. The decision to organize the workshop at the Venice Climate Camp (promoted by Rise Up For Climate Justice and Fridays For Future) reflects our belief in the importance of freeing art from the capture of institutional circuits. We want to experience, as participants in social movements, aesthetic-political concatenations that interpret creativity as a radical character of the social and not as a commodity. The participants also share the conviction that the fight for climate justice is, necessarily, a fight against and beyond extractive capitalism, even in its green version (actually an attempt to turn the crisis into new accumulation).

The workshop will be a moment of discussion based on the practices of the invited guests, who convoke some central themes: the use of art as a method of inquiry and visualization in the climate crisis; the production of activist art forms that look at the performativity of direct action; art as a ground for radical imagination in designing new ecologies that reshape the relationship between human and non-human; art as an archive of movement practices and so on.

During Camp days, in addition to the main meeting moment, there will be a screening of films by Oliver Ressler, a workshop by Paolo Cirio and collective performative practice by Andreco.

First participants: Sale Docks, Institute of Radical Imagination, Caracol Olol Jackson, Rise Up For Climate Justice, Andreco, Annaclara Basilicò, Paolo Cirio, Terike Haapoja, Rosa Jijon, Francesco Martone, Teresa Masini, Oliver Ressler, Federica Timeto 


ART FOR RADICAL ECOLOGIES (MANIFESTO) | Venice Climate Camp 2022

A project by Sale Docks & the Institute of Radical Imagination for Venice Climate Camp 2022

English | Italiano

Program

Workshop / Plenary Assembly

Art for Radical Ecologies (Manifesto)

September 9th, 2022, at 2 pm

Venice Climate Camp, Lido di Venezia

Organized by Sale Docks & Institute of Radical Imagination

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The Venice Climate Camp 2022 is the opportunity to bring together art and performing arts workers to initiate a discussion that will lead to the collective writing of a manifesto on the role of art in the struggle for climate justice and in the creation of new ecologies (which take into account the intersection of environmental and social facts). If the pandemic had already dramatically underlined the consequences of extractivist anthropization, the war in Ukraine (in addition to its immediate death toll) is a manifestation of what Andreas Malm has called ‘fossil fascism’, a mix of authoritarianism and fossil fuels that weakens the already insufficient measures to combat global warming.  The scarcity of Russian gas has brought coal back into vogue and, in Italy, the construction of new re-gasifiers is on the agenda. The decision to organize the workshop at the Venice Climate Camp (promoted by Rise Up For Climate Justice and Fridays For Future) reflects our belief in the importance of freeing art from the capture of institutional circuits. We want to experience, as participants in social movements, aesthetic-political concatenations that interpret creativity as a radical character of the social and not as a commodity. The participants also share the conviction that the fight for climate justice is, necessarily, a fight against and beyond extractive capitalism, even in its green version (actually an attempt to turn the crisis into new accumulation).

The workshop will be a moment of discussion based on the practices of the invited guests, who convoke some central themes: the use of art as a method of inquiry and visualization in the climate crisis; the production of activist art forms that look at the performativity of direct action; art as a ground for radical imagination in designing new ecologies that reshape the relationship between human and non-human; art as an archive of movement practices and so on.

During Camp days, in addition to the main meeting moment, there will be a screening of films by Oliver Ressler, a workshop by Paolo Cirio and collective performative practice by Andreco.

First participants: Sale Docks, Institute of Radical Imagination, Caracol Olol Jackson, Rise Up For Climate Justice, Andreco, Annaclara Basilicò, Paolo Cirio, Terike Haapoja, Rosa Jijon, Francesco Martone, Teresa Masini, Oliver Ressler, Federica Timeto