From Climate Cultures: Paul Michael Henry on UNFIX

UNFIX 2019
Image: Henrik Knudsen © 2019

From Climate Cultures: Paul Michael Henry, artist and artistic director of UNFIX, writes about UNFIX 2019 in Glasgow (29-31 March).

“… People keep mis-labelling it ‘Unfixed’ or ‘The Unfix’ but it’s UNFIX: a command form. A verb and activity.

A loosening, disburdening, freeing-up. Anti-fatalistic, with the assumption that it doesn’t have to be like this. I experience climate change as a terrible affirmation: we cannot treat each other, ourselves and our surroundings this way. We can’t walk around with these egos functioning the way they do, and live.”

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ecoartscotland has commissioned Christiana Bissett to report from the Festival. More to follow.

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  1. Hi Chris

    Just wanted to thank you for the repost! And, of course, I’d love to host more original content from ClimateCultures artists in, from and of Scotland :~) Including from yourself, of course.


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