No Future is cancelled

Oliver Ressler is an artist and filmmaker whose work has focused on global warming as a central theme ever since he first began to exhibit. One of his first solo exhibitions was 100 Years of Greenhouse Effect at Salzburger Kunstverein (1996). Several exhibitions, films, installations, billboards and photographic works on the theme have followed since then. Oliver Ressler will talk about these works, putting a cycle of films – Everything’s coming together while everything’s falling apart(2016 – 2020) – at the center of the presentation. These films follow the climate justice movement in its struggles to dismantle an economic system heavily dependent on fossil fuels.

Please check out three of the films following the links below:

Everything’s coming together while everything’s falling apart: Code Rood, 14 min., 2018

Everything’s coming together while everything’s falling apart: The ZAD, 36 min. 2017

Everything’s coming together while everything’s falling apart: COP21, 17 min., 2016

You can also subscribe to Ressler’s YouTube Channel, where he adds one film every week, available for free:

Oliver Ressler lives and works in Vienna/Austria. He produces installations, projects in public space, and films on issues such as economics, democracy, migration, the climate catastrophe, forms of resistance and social alternatives. He has had comprehensive solo exhibitions all over the world.  Ressler currently works on Barricading the Ice Sheets, a research project on the climate justice movement, funded by the Austrian Science Fund. He was the first prize winner of the Prix Thun for Art and Ethics Award in 2016.


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No Future is cancelled ist der zweite Teil der Veranstaltungsreihe Zukunft mit Zukunft. Eine Gesprächsreihe zuKlima, Kunst und Bildung