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2 Degrees Festival 2015

Steve Lambert, Capitalism Works for Me! (True/False)


2 Degrees Festival asks: What can we do together to create a sustainable future? With a programme of events taking place in June 2015.

International artists present cutting-edge responses to climate change, urging you to act now to build a more positive future.

A programme of performance, debate and public installations will take place in tree-tops, office blocks and theatres in and around Toynbee Studios, at the crossroads of the East End and The City.

2 Degrees Festival is Artsadmin’s biennial celebration of art, environment and activism. It aims to inspire, connect, and empower people to create solutions for a sustainable future.

2 Degrees Festival is delivered by Artsadmin and supported by Arts Council England, the Ashden Trust, the European Commission Culture Programme as part of Imagine 2020.

Date Title Venue City
7 June 2015 #2DegreesFestival | The Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination: Climate Action Speed Dating Toynbee Studios
6 June 2015 #2DegreesFestival | Climate Couch Toynbee Studios
6 June 2015 #2DegreesFestival | Imagining the Impossible Toynbee Studios
5 June 2015 #2DegreesFestival | Roberto Calzadilla: Law of the Rights of Mother Earth Toynbee Studios
4 June 2015 #2DegreesFestival | Isa Fremeaux: New Narratives of Survival and Collapse Toynbee Studios
3 June 2015 #2DegreesFestival | Charlotte Du Cann & Steve Wheeler: Dark Mountain Toynbee Studios
2 June 2015 #2DegreesFestival | Erich Berger: Deep Time - Deep Futures Toynbee Studios
1–6 June 2015 #2DegreesFestival | Steve Lambert: Capitalism Works for Me! (True/False) Multiple locations in East London London
1 June 2015 #2DegreesFestival | The Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination: We Have Never Been Here Before Toynbee Studios
1 June 2015 #2DegreesFestival | Brett Bloom: Petro-Subjectivity Toynbee Studios
Steve Lambert, Capitalism Works for Me! (True/False)