The first online offering from a school called HOME was this eight-week series that I taught over Zoom.
A slow-paced, conversational podcast in which Ed Gillespie and I ask what it means to be humbled – and whether this might be a good frame for making sense of the times we’re living in.
An essay series and podcast for Bella Caledonia exploring the deep context of the new climate movements.
In 2018, Anna and I set out on the long-term project of creating a school, a gathering place and a learning community for those who are drawn to the work of regrowing a living culture.
For AHA! festival in Gothenburg, Alexander Dam, Sara Rousta and I created this performance for two dancers and a writer running out of words.
I stepped back into the editor’s chair to take the lead on this Dark Mountain special issue on the theme of the sacred.
A paperback collection of essays, fiction, poetry, interviews and artwork, selected from the first ten issues of Dark Mountain.
A play commissioned by the Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm about what it’s like when the Anthropocene is your day job. Co-written with Anders Duus, Nina Tersmann & Jesper Weithz.
What does art do when the world is on fire? In the autumn of 2015, I brought together a group of fourteen artists from within and beyond the performing arts. The Dark Mountain Workshop was part of my role as leader of audience and artistic development at Riksteatern, Sweden’s touring national theatre. We met for…
This book is a document of the work of Robert and Geska Brečević (aka Performing Pictures), but also an enquiry into the discomfort it has caused among their art-world contemporaries.