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From 2020, Kravt was collaborating on 4 astonishing shows in the gallery at Droog. One of them was the exhibition THE WORLD AS WE DON'T KNOW IT - A NEW BOND BETWEEN HUMANS AND EARTH

​What if animals, plants and other living creatures had the same rights as humans, or if rivers and mountains could sue us for the pollution we cause? What if the needs of non-human life in the North Sea were gauged before erecting windmills there? Or if we listened to children who bluntly state that eating lamb is tantamount to slaughtering a baby?


​Climate crisis

In this exhibition, 20 international artists share their visions of the climate crisis. All of them plead for a different relationship between humankind and the earth, a different way of organising society. Two closely interwoven lines of thought form the leitmotif of the exhibition: a more modest role for humans on this earth and a closer relationship between ecology and ethics. ‘Let’s stop talking about a climate crisis; we should be talking about a crisis of humanity,’ says the Finnish artist Terike Haapoja.​

Participating artists: 
Melanie Bonajo (NL), Otobong Nkanga (NG/BE), Terike Haapoja & Laura Gustafsson (FI), Carlijn Kingma (NL), Katie Paterson (SCO), Maria Friberg (SE), Eric Klarenbeek & Maartje Dros (NL), Ziega van den Berk (NL), Hans op de Beeck (BE), Jonas Staal (NL), Giulia Cenci (IT/NL), Ursula Biemann (CH) & Paolo Tavares (BR/GB), Marina Zurkow (VS), Superflux (IN/GB), Cristina Lucas (ES), Tomáš Libertíny (SK/NL), Julia Lohmann (DE/UK), Mirte van Laarhoven (NL) and  Rachel Sussman (USA).

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