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Join us for a Kith and Kin: the importance of being networked, a live online talk by Melanie Keen, Director of Wellcome Collection. She will set the tone of Meandering Networks, Mapping Nations by reflecting on the themes and programme declaration. “In this exploratory talk, I want to reflect on my role now as connector and positive enabler through […]

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How do stories evolve with seeds? How are they kept? How do they resist capture? Seeds are deeply entangled with the stories of our bodies, migrations, ecologies and resistances. Their histories trace instances of human adaptation, survival and creativity. Seed saver and researcher Christian Keeve is fascinated by the popular re-emergence of seedkeeping practices, as […]

As part of the Donald Rodney exhibition at Celine during Glasgow International 2021, we presented a screening of John Akomfrah’s film The Genome Chronicles (2009). This was followed by a live discussion and Q&A about both the film, and the life and work of Donald Rodney. This conversation was between artists Keith Piper, Alberta Whittle […]

5 people, Alberta Whittle, Trevor Mathison, Mike Phillips, Ian Sergeant and Keith Piper participating on a zoom call

Who defines what soil is and determines how it is used and cared for? Following the 22nd World Congress of Soil Science – Crossing Boundaries, Changing Society and the current exhibition We are Compost / Composting the We at the CCA, CCA Annex is hosting a series of online performance lectures and dialogues in a […]

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This talk explores the connection between agricultural extraction and water dispossession in Southern Morocco. Demonstrating the impact of water-intensive crops on the agrarian social structure and rural communities in Morocco’s neoliberal conjuncture. The agricultural strategies have been directed toward exporting agricultural products to European markets in the past decades. This talk situates the historical origins […]

Part of Collection Confluence: Public Programme

In “Living with Foggy Elements” Jamila Bargach looks into the ambiguous apprehension of fog, between the idiom of fascination and rejection of it as a phenomenon in the region of the Aït Baâmrane, Anti-Atlas Mountains of Southwest Morocco, and then through the imaginary possibilities fog invites, from melancholy to reverie, to the technology used to […]

Part of Collection Confluence: Public Programme
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