Future Forecast: Brokentalkers presents


Dates: 04 Jun - 04 Jun


Can imagining the future be a collaborative act? What happens when we can’t agree on what to do next?

MELTDOWN is a failure to respond – to a clear brief. A failure to do what’s expected. A failure to do what we agreed to do – because we had more important things to do, because we hoped no one would make a fuss.

MELTDOWN is a response to a failure. A failure of those in power to do what they said they would, because they hope no one will make a fuss. A failure to do what they need to do in order to allow the arts and artists to sustain and flourish in this country.

COVID or no, we are in a crisis. The future for artists is uncertain. And that is perhaps the one thing we can agree on.


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