Open Call Selected Works
Please join the Chemical (Re)Actions
program for a screening as well as an artist talk on April 12, at 6PM CDT,
with the selected works of the second open call, The Vigil,
moderated by Maite Borjabad López-Pastor.
The Guardians of the Cerrado by Fábio Erdos (2017)
Aguas Negras (Black Waters) by Mateo Vargas (2021)
The River Escapes by Eduardo Makoszay Mayén (2019)
The three selected works will be available for streaming from Sat, April 10, 9AM to Sun, April 11, 9PM, CDT.
Click here to register for the talk on April 12, at 6PM
Click here for the streaming access
Thank you to the jury:
Maite Borjabad López-Pastor
Architecture and Design Curator, Art Institute of Chicago
Curator and Researcher, Independent Curators International
Member of Pilsen Environmental Rights and Reform Organization.
We live in unprecedented times and will have unprecedented needs. Climate change demands responsive transformations of the social realm, as well as a deep sensorial engagement with the world.
Artists, designers and filmmakers around the world are encouraged to submit their ideas to The Vigil, the second platform of the Chemical (Re)Actions, a project by the Goethe-Institut Chicago.
The submission deadline has passed.
About Chemical (Re)Actions: On Environmental Struggles in Chicago
The Goethe-Institut Chicago presents a new project that enables artistic exchanges responding to critical sites of environmental and social conflict in Chicago. This platform transforms the toxic and educational tours given by local organizations into virtual content as a way to generate engagement with larger questions regarding pollution, industry, the environment, segregation and social equity.
Project concept and coordination by Joshi Radin and Alberto Ortega Trejo.
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