Adapt to Survive: Notes from the Future | 7-12 November

Adapt to Survive: Notes from the Future Exhibition from 7-21 November at Concrete

This group exhibition, held in collaboration with Hayward Gallery, London, brings together artworks by seven international artists who imagine how our world might look and feel in the future. Featured artists include Andreas Angelidakis, Julian Charrière, Youmna Chlala, Rainer Ganahl, Marguerite Humeau, Ann Lislegaard, and Bedwyr Williams.

Public Programme

Friday 9 November | 16.00 |  Concrete

WORKSHOP: Speculative Encounters: Writing the City Space with Youmna Chlala
Write your way into the future in this workshop led by exhibiting artist Youmna Chlala. Through a series of writing exercises, participants will engage in the ideas put forth in The Museum of Future Memories, the artist’s ongoing series that imagines a shape-shifting space of prescience. 
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Thursday 15 November | 18.30 | Concrete

Bedwyr Williams will daisy-chain the dreams of the inhabitants of the imaginary city from his video workTyrrau Mawr, shunting the night-time visions of a place with little history together to create an absurd saga which takes place in the city—but isn’t necessarily of it. 

The Details.

Adapt to Survive: Notes from the Future is an exhibition organised by the Hayward Gallery, London, in collaboration with Concrete.