In collaboration with Identity 2.0
Featuring a guided tour of an interactive digital forest
“Even though every schoolchild knows trees are living beings, they also know they are categorised as objects” - Peter Wohlleben, Author
Wander into Living Objects - a digital forest exhibition exploring the connections between technology and climate change, and the lessons we can learn from the oldest storytellers in our world - trees.
Prepare to embark on a guided virtual journey, discovering the ways trees support and work together to protect their communities. Inspired by the work of young climate activists, past movements and the grassroots organisations at the forefront of climate action, this interactive exhibition - created by Identity 2.0 - exists as a digital representation of our fight for the future. Launching on 15 April and accessible throughout the festival, join us by signing up below.
Identity 2.0 is a creative art project empowering people to explore and protect their digital identity.
Arda Awais is a creative coder with dance moves that will put you to shame. Currently she works at Soho House’s Digital team. An alumni of Black Girl Fest Academy 2020, she was most recently spotted in Elle Decoration UK's as a 'Young Voice in Design.
Savena Surana is a proud pun user, and can often be found on twitter or figuring out how to reuse a cardboard box. Currently she works in Marketing for the Institute of Imagination. She's been named one of the Drum's Future Marketers and as “pretty cool" by her mum.
Please note that we're using Central European Time (CET) for all events during the festival. We recommend that you check the event times listed with your local time, to ensure you can join us at the right time.
We want to make events throughout the Rights Studio Festival available to as many people as possible. Therefore, many of our events - like this one - are free. We also offer a “Pay What You Can” option, so you can choose to give a little more, if that is within your means. Thank you.
An intimate workshop on navigating climate grief, with pleasure activist and writer Ama Josephine Budge
Children must take part in climate and environmental decisions – they care, have rights and their ideas, passion and imaginations can inspire adults to urgently act to save our planet from irreversible destruction.
It goes without saying that humans cannot live and have rights if there is no planet to live on.