MATT presents Eco-visionaries: Art and Architecture after the Anthropocene
Museum of Art, Architecture & Technology (MAAT) presents Eco-Visionaries: Art and Architecture after the Anthropocene, a project centred on current practices that propose critical and creative visions vis-à-vis the environmental transformations that are disturbing our planet.
In MAAT’s first collaboration with several European museums, the Eco-Visionaries: Art and Architecture after the Anthropocene project is centred on current practices that propose critical and creative visions vis-à-vis the environmental transformations that are disturbing our planet. At a moment when climate changes are even more widely felt, Eco-Visionaries launches the debate on a vast array of questions associated to the Anthropocene – the recent designation for a geological period defined by the impact of human action. With contributions from over thirty five artists and architects, the show in Lisbon is the first and most wide-ranging of the four exhibitions that will appear simultaneously in Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and Sweden.
Ana Vaz e/and Tristan Bera, Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, Andrés Jaque / Office for Political Innovation, Ant Farm, Basim Magdy, BIG, Buckminster Fuller e/and Shoji Sadao, Carolina Caycedo, Daniel Arsham, Design Crew for Architecture, Design Earth, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Dunne & Raby, Eva Papamargariti, Femke Herregraven, Haus-Rucker-Co, HeHe, Jeremy Shaw, John Gerrard, Kiluanji Kia Henda, Krištof Kintera, Malka Architecture, Miguel Soares, MVRDV, Nelly Ben Hayoun, Ornaghi & Prestinari, Parsons & Charlesworth, Pedro Neves Marques, Philippe Rahm, Pinar Yoldas, Regina Frank - The HeArt is Present, Rimini Protokoll, SKREI, Superflex, Superuse Studios, Territorial Agency, The Center for Genomic Gastronomy, The Harrison Studio, The Living, Tue Greenfort, Unknown Fields Division, Ursula Biemann e/and Paulo Tavares, Wanuri Kahiu, Wasted Rita, Zak Ové.