Panel discussion // A sustainable art’s practice – moderated by Imagine 5

Meet up // Programme June 1st 2023, 1 - 4pm

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Copenhagen Photo Festival is organising a two-day programme in collaboration with Futures Photography Platform on June 1st-2nd 2023.  The overarching theme of 2023 is REWILDING, paying homage to the fact that Copenhagen has been appointed World Capital of Architecture in 2023 by UNESCO . 

CPF always put great focus on the architectural and spatial aspects when selecting artists and when designing the specific exhibition. Our considerations are always led by our principle of sustainability, finding creative ways to blur the border between our exhibitions and the nature and atmosphere of our exhibition park at Refshaleøen in Central Copenhagen. Focusing on photography, architecture and sustainability is therefore at the core of our DNA as a photo festival.

The programme takes place in a double tipi in the middle of our rewilded exhibition park in a post-industrial shipyard district of Copenhagen. This exhibition park is the heart of the festival which in total counts more than 40 exhibitions at collaborating galleries, museums and cultural institutions in Copenhagen and southern Sweden. For 11 days, photography is on the agenda through exhibitions, workshops, talks, photobook markets and more.

 

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A sustainable art’s practice – moderated by Imagine 5

In the panel: Carina Hammer, head of sustainability at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, artist Alice Pallot (FR), photographer Daniel Hinks (CH/UK) and Krzysztof Candrowicz, curator, founder of Fotofestiwal Lodz and Jacob , director of Bæredygtigt Kulturliv.nu

 

1 pm-4 pm: A sustainable art’s practice – moderated by Imagine 5  

The challenges of a sustainable practice, explored from artist, institutional, and event perspective

1-2:15 pm: Part one: 

Panel discussion about the challenges of a sustainable art practice: 

Keywords: climate aesthetics, climate activism and sustainable practices.

Artists in the panel: Futures artist Alice Pallot (FR) and CPF solo artist Daniel Hinks (CH/UK)

Break 

2:30-4 pm: Part two: 

Round table discussions with an expert at each table with the aim of creating 5-10 useful dogmas based on games about the 17 UN Goals. Presentation of the results from the round table 

4-7 pm: Official opening of Copenhagen Photo Festival – open for everyone

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There are only a few seats left!

NB: In order to participate to the meet up, you need to:

- buy a festival ticket

- sign-up here