In 2009 Artsadmin launched Two Degrees, a bi-annual festival about climate change and our relationship with the environment.
Two Degrees 2009 brought together over 20 radical and politically engaged artists to create work that confronts climate change head on. With as many events taking place on the streets of the City of London as in the theatre, we asked audiences to join these artists; whether by sharing an organic picnic, exploring London’s forgotten waterways, sampling an airline meal or foraging for food.
Climate Chaos featuring My Dad’s Strip Club and Lottie Childs
A Peachy Coochy Nite in association with TippingPoint
Artists involved in the festival included; SKART, The Institute for the Art and Practice of Dissent at Home, Daniel Gosling, Magnificent Revolution, My Dad’s Strip Club, Lottie Child, Amy Sharrocks, Quantative Teasing, David Fryer, Fem AdLib Kolektiv, Enrico Centonze and Anke Trojan, Rebecca Beinart and Kennardphillipps.
|19 June 2009||WALBROOK||Highbury + Islington Underground (starting point)||London|
|19 June 2009||A Peachy Coochy Nite in association with TippingPoint||Toynbee Studios|
|18 June 2009||Climate Chaos||Toynbee Studios|
|16 June 2009||Two Degrees Opening||Toynbee Studios|