Online + Frankfurt am Main | 15 – 23 October 2022

Aviva Rahmani

Aviva Rahmani‘s ecoart has won grants, fellowships and been written about internationally. Her work has been included in shows at the KRICT Gallery, Daejeon, Contemporary Art, Colorado, the Hudson River Museum, NY, the Cincinnati Center for Contemporary Art, Ohio, and the Joseph Beuys 100 days of Conference Pavilion, for the Venice Biennale, Italy. She is an Affiliate with the Institute for Arctic and Alpine Research at the University of Colorado at Boulder, gained her PhD from the University of Plymouth, UK and received her BFA and MFA at the California Institute of the Arts. Her current project BLUED TREES resists ecocide by challenging the legal basis to build fossil fuel infrastructure.

More from Aviva Rahmani:

Ordering the Divining Chaos book in Europe:
https://www.combinedacademic.co.uk/9781613321669/divining-chaos/

Ordering the Ecoart book in Europe:
https://www.combinedacademic.co.uk/9781613321461/ecoart-in-action/

Info

Personal Info

Profession
  • Artist
Field of Work
  • Speaker
Country
  • United States

Social

B3 Conference

16.10.2022
04:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Masterclass and Q&A with Aviva Rahmani, award-winning artist, pioneer of the feminist art movement of the 80s and pioneer of environmental art.

As fascist systems gain international traction, we have to ask who profits from the confluence of ecocide, racialized genocide and femicide and how can artists intervene in a global narrative that privileges the few at the expense of the many? Award-winning eco-artist Aviva Rahmani will address these questions in a master class. What are the root narrative drivers? Are there ways to expand the discourse to be more inclusive and democratic? Where do energy concerns and the consequences of climate change and climate refugees fit into our narratives? Aviva Rahmani is convinced: new paradigms are emerging. And art can represent change as a shift in perception.

Guests of B3

Stephan Busch
Producer Germany
Jordan McGarry
Speaker United Kingdom
Veronika Munk
Journalist Hungary
Helena Mackenzie
Filmmaker United Kingdom