IHME Helsinki podcast: Art, Science, Ecology

April 14, 2021
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Members of the Advisory Board of the contemporary-art-commissioning agency IHME Helsinki are hosting a series of podcasts on the themes of Art, Science and Ecology. They will discuss new approaches in art and in the lives of artists and art institutions responding to the environmental crisis. How can we raise awareness and activate our audiences, create a more sustainable art world, and promote a cultural shift in which less is more?

The Finland-based IHME Helsinki unites the worlds of art, science, and climate-change mitigation. Each year, IHME produces a public artwork and a series of events that offer a vision and hope amid the environmental crisis. IHME Helsinki’s goal is to achieve a carbon-neutral art-institutional practice.

The podcasts are being produced in collaboration with Helsinki Open Waves.

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Ecological transition at the Biennale of Sydney

“We can’t just provide the content anymore. We have to influence how things are done.”
 – José Roca

In the first podcast, IHME’s Executive Director, Curator Paula Toppila, and the Artistic Director of the Biennale of Sydney José Roca discuss the ecological transition that is taking place in the making of the forthcoming 2022 biennial.

Credits

Producer & editor: Paula Toppila
Hosts and guests: Paula Toppila & José Roca
Sound mixing: Lucio Celomundo

*The views expressed in this podcast and texts are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the view of Helsinki Open Waves.  

**If you have any feedback regarding the content of the podcast, please contact us via helsinkiopenwaves@gmail.com.

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