An essay series and podcast for Bella Caledonia exploring the deep context of the new climate movements.
An unfinished list of the roles that art can sometimes play. This comes from the work I did with Riksteatern in 2015-16.
Negotiating the Surrender
An essay written for This Is Not A Drill: An Extinction Rebellion Handbook (Penguin, 2019).
After We Stop Pretending
An essay for Dark Mountain: Issue 15 on the strange hot summer of 2018 and the beginnings of the new climate movements.
This conversation was published on Dark Mountain’s Online Edition, four months prior to the publication of the Deep Adaptation paper.
Three Seasons With CEMUS
This essay was my contribution to the celebrations of the 25th anniversary of the Centre for Environment and Development Studies at Uppsala University.
Medan klockan tickar at The Stockholm Act
A fresh outing this week for our play about what it’s like when the Anthropocene is your day job.
How Climate Change Arrives
An essay for The Precariat, a one-off newspaper published by the organisers of Planet B festival in Peterborough.
You Want It Darker
When the regular mechanisms of political narration break down, there is a need for something stranger: liminal writing for liminal times.
Medan klockan tickar
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.