This talk was the warm-up act for two performances: 'Volcano' by Clerke and Joy and 'The ‘See You Later’ Capital' by Massive Owl. 'I was asked to talk about ‘environmental theatre’, but discovered that both Clerke and Joy and Massive Owl do not want to be...

In response to climate instability, new ways of making art, new languages – and new ways of recognising what counts as art – are developing. There are new relations forming between artists, scientists, politicians, the legal system, activists and communities. It is a subject that...

Metaphors do things, they are performative. Metaphors ‘graft together’ different fields of meaning. And this is a process in which, to quote Paul Ricoeur, ‘imagination is diffused in all directions, reviving former experiences, awakening dormant memories, irrigating adjacent sensorial fields’....