Fault Lines – the Poetics of Borders and Environmental Crises Previous Next Event descriptionJoin writer and artist Khairani Barokka to read poetry and chart the long and intertwined histories of environmental crises and political borders. This talk will go into detail about the direct links between borders as we know them, and the multiple unfolding environmental and climate crises as a result of a bordered way of behaving. Mapping a resistance of bodily poetics, groundedness, and radical solidarities, Okka will recognise the elements under our control—and perceive how some elements may be out of our hands. Fault Lines will be followed by readings from Okka’s latest poetry collection, Ultimatum Orangutan, as well as from Indigenous Species. Category: Literary EventsAbout organisation Nunnery Gallery Nunnery Gallery is a free public gallery in east London with a local focus, championing the work of emerging artists and uncovering local history and heritage. Situated in a unique building on Read more… Map Loading... No Records Found Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again. Maps failed to load Sorry, unable to load the Maps API. Enter your locationGet Directions Travel modeDrivingWalkingBicyclingPublic Transport Distance unitsMilesKilometres Reviews Leave a Review. Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Review text Select a rating Name Email Website Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.