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Win-Win/Afther the End of the World

Lisbon / MAAT (Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology)

After the exhibition Afther the End of the World at the CCCB, the installation Win-Win by the documentary theatre company Rimini Protokoll is presented at the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology of Lisbon. 

The MAAT in Lisbon presents Eco-Visionaries: Art and Architecture after the Anthropocene, an exhibition in collaboration with other European museums. The project is focused on 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. 

The installation Win-Win of the German theatre company Rimini Protokoll proposes a dramatic immersive experience on climate change. It puts us face to face with the winning and losing species of the climate crisis where the human race is in danger.

Eco-Visionaries is a project initiated by Fundação EDP/MAAT of Lisbon, Bildmuseet in Sweden, HeK in Basel and LABoral in Gijón, in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Arts in London and Matadero in Madrid.