Unleash your imagination with artist and writer Taey Iohe in a thoughtful workshop to envision a future that goes beyond conventional climate narratives and fosters a deeper understanding of our interconnectedness with the environment.
In this workshop, we delve into the vulnerabilities of the lands of multiple Asia to various climate impacts, including rising sea levels, increasing microdust, extreme weather conditions, water scarcity, land excavation, and loss of biodiversity. These effects are a result of historical profit and growth-driven mind invasions over time. Together, we explore how climate justice discourse in Asia challenges the dominant power structures, such as neocolonialism, that perpetuate ecological injustices, land exploitation, and the marginalisation of interspecies queer communities.
Led by artist and writer Taey Iohe, our workshop takes a playful and collaborative approach to weaving narratives around climate justice. We’ll discover the powerful potential of cli-fi as a dystopian forensic tool, enabling us to investigate the implications of climate change through a decolonial lens.
Prepare to unleash your imagination, challenge conventional narratives, and embark on a literary journey that transcends the boundaries of traditional climate discourse. Together, we’ll explore trans-historical narratives, interspecies interactions, the scale of deep time, and the concept of the third space.
Join us in this inclusive and welcoming space, where we celebrate the voices of Asian queer writers. Let’s collectively envision a future that goes beyond conventional climate narratives and fosters a deeper understanding of our interconnectedness with the environment.
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