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After the End of the World

After the End of the World is an exhibition about the Earth of 2017 irreversibly transformed into the Anthropocene planet after two centuries of human impact on natural systems. But it is also an exhibition about how we will reach the world of the latter half of the 21st century, and about our society’s responsibility to the generations who will be born and grow up in it

Natalie Jeremijenko presents the Environmental Health Clinic

The artist, engineer and inventor Natalie Jeremijenko has developed this field of mutualistic socio-ecological systems design. Her projects take participation and collaboration between humans and non-humans as their starting point for forging our relationship with nature. Jeremijenko has been ...

Next Stop: City Station

Núria Jar

The exhibition “After the End of the World” spreads out over the city of Barcelona through diverse citizen science actions that aim to improve the city’s environmental health.

Donna Haraway

A conversation with Marta Segarra

Marta Segarra, research director at the Laboratoire d’Études de Genre et de Sexualité of the CNRS (Paris), talked with the biologist and philosopher of science Donna Haraway on the occasion of the latter’s most recent essay Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the ...

Sea State 9: Proclamation

Interview with Charles Lim Yi Yong

Singapore is a key port in the world’s infrastructure and a central node in the international financial system. The country’s most limited resource is land, which it is attempting to increase by terraforming, reclaiming land from the sea. Thirty per cent of its surface is now artificial ...

McKenzie Wark

The Drunken Driver: Thoughts on a Waning Civilisation

McKenzie Wark, Professor of Media and Cultural Studies, discuss the role of climate change in the present Anthropocene Era. Wark points out that perhaps this is not as rational a world as its owners would like us to think. What if the corporate-robotic-information complex that is seeking power ...

Interview to Superflux Studio

How do you imagine your house in 2050?

The fiction design studio Superflux (IN/UK) transports us to an apartment in London in the year 2050, a time when droughts and hurricanes have altered our dietary routine.

Vandana Shiva

Seeding Freedom: Humanity at an Evolutionary Crossroads

Vandana Shiva, activist and ecofeminist thinker talks about the role humanity must accept in a future conditioned by the ecological, economic, political and social effects of the present climate crisis. Vandana Shiva argues that today’s climate crisis faces humanity with a serious situation ...

Living the Earth

Animated Films and Ecology

Programme of animation film organised alongside the exhibition After the End of the World, offering highly personal views and concerns of the world, present and future, through the work of artists such as Catya Plate, Réka Bucsi and Steve Cutts.From December 28th, 2017 until January 4, 2018.

Audiovisual Report «After the End of the World»

After the End of the World is an exhibition about the Earth of 2017 irreversibly transformed into the Anthropoceneplanet after two centuries of human impact on natural systems. But it is also an exhibition about how we will reach the world of the latter half of the 21st century, and about our ...

Minister of the Future

Timothy Morton

Timothy Morton represents the heirs of the planet, human and non-human, whose existence will be determined by what we do and how we think from now on.

Timothy Morton: Ecology without Nature

Roc Jiménez de Cisneros

We interview the philosopher Tim Morton, author of “Dark Ecology”, who proposes that we rethink the way we see ecology, anthropocentrism and art.

Benjamin Grant talks about the 'Overview' effect

Seven hundred kilometres above our heads, satellites capture in detail the Earth’s new skin, cracked and tattooed across its entire extent. From up there, we can see the catalogue of all the objects of the world. Benjamin Grant is the founder of Overview, a publishing and online project that ...

Think of yourself as a planet

A story by Kim Stanley Robinson for the exhibition "After The End of the World"

This video is the prologue written by the science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson for the CCCB exhibition "After the end of the world". The piece presents some of the main thesis of the exhibition on climate change, curated by José Luis de Vicente.

Win-Win: an immersive installation on climate change

The German documentary theatre company Rimini Protokoll presents a dramatic experience about the animal species that will be the winners and losers in the climate crisis. A surprising experience for the visitors of the exhibition "After The End of the World". Until May 1 2018 at CCCB.

Think of Yourself as a Planet

Prologue by Kim Stanley Robinson

After the End of the World is an exhibition about the Earth of 2017 irreversibly transformed into the Anthropoceneplanet after two centuries of human impact on natural systems. But it is also an exhibition about how we will reach the world of the latter half of the 21st century, and about our ...

After the End of the World

An exhibition about the present and the future of the climate crisis

The exhibition "After the end of the world" tackles one of the most complex challenges in the history of humanity: the present and future of the climate crisis. The project presents eight immersive installations designed by outstanding contemporary creators.