BRIEF:
Starting with content selected by David Wallace-Wells' bibliography "The Uninhabitable Earth" (New York Magazine 9/7/2017), article that summarizes 9 "worst scenarios" that could appear in the near future in correspondence to climate change, the workshop intends to involve the students - with an imaginary approach - in a reflection on the imminent risk of scenarios that still struggle to imagine and which seem far away from our everyday life.
Short activity description:
The participants will work in groups as if they were part of the editorial staff of a news bulletin, "Broken News", called through various media the news of events in the Wallace-Wells article.
Students will remix a visual repertoire of books and encyclopedias of natural sciences with current images from the web, integrating them with manual printing techniques.

Broken News From the Uninabitable Earth
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Broken News From the Uninabitable Earth

Starting with content selected by David Wallace-Wells' bibliography "The Uninhabitable Earth" (New York Magazine 9/7/2017), article that summariz Read More
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