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Sooo nice to see the Unseen @unseenplatform 👌#Fotofestiwal #ontour #amsterdam #unseen
Living room talk with Anna Orłowska @anna_orlowska #futures #futuresphotography #fotofestiwal #talents @unseenplatform @futuresphotography
So here we are @unseenplatform @futuresphotography #fotofestiwal #fotofestiwalontour
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping and that was our Instagram takeover as part of @futuresphotography platform. Thank you #Fotofestiwal for hosting us and we are looking forward to sharing the project with you at @unseenplatform in Amsterdam next week.
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Portrait of resilience #12, Kiteezi Municipal Waste Site, Kampala, Uganda, (2017).
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As rubbish arrives in the Kiteezi municipal waste site in Kampala Uganda the workers scrabble to collect from it all that can be recycled. Many of the workers who have migrated to the urban centre from rural locations have done so for better economic prospects some having been pushed by climate exacerbated food or water insecurity. What recyclables are collected are then sold to the largely Chinese companies who transport the waste to the international port in Tanzania in trucks that have come to Uganda carrying cheap subsidised goods. Owing to the low cost of manually handling and sorting the waste the recycling of the materials is viable. 
Uganda having banned thin polythene bags in 2008 was not as strictly enforcing the ban as it could do, but its neighbour Rwanda was. Since 2004 Rwanda has imposed a ban on plastic bags. As art of Rwanda’s Vision 2020 plan to transform the country into a sustainable middle-income nation, the use of plastic bags has been greatly curtailed . Rwanda has since earned the title of Africa’s cleanest nation. 
Rwanda is now looking at the possibility of banning other types of plastic and is even hinting at the possibility of becoming the world's first plastic-free nation. Rwanda’s constitution recognises that "every citizen is entitled to a healthy and satisfying environment." It also underlines each citizen's responsibility to "protect, safeguard and promote the environment". Such constitution commitments to responsibility for the environment are becoming increasingly present in developing nations.
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#climatechange #conflict #environmentaljustice #environmentalismofthepoor #futurescenarios
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping and that was our Instagram takeover as part of @futuresphotography platform. Thank you #Fotofestiwal  for hosting us and we are looking forward to sharing the project with you at @unseenplatform in Amsterdam next week. • Portrait of resilience #12 , Kiteezi Municipal Waste Site, Kampala, Uganda, (2017). • As rubbish arrives in the Kiteezi municipal waste site in Kampala Uganda the workers scrabble to collect from it all that can be recycled. Many of the workers who have migrated to the urban centre from rural locations have done so for better economic prospects some having been pushed by climate exacerbated food or water insecurity. What recyclables are collected are then sold to the largely Chinese companies who transport the waste to the international port in Tanzania in trucks that have come to Uganda carrying cheap subsidised goods. Owing to the low cost of manually handling and sorting the waste the recycling of the materials is viable. Uganda having banned thin polythene bags in 2008 was not as strictly enforcing the ban as it could do, but its neighbour Rwanda was. Since 2004 Rwanda has imposed a ban on plastic bags. As art of Rwanda’s Vision 2020 plan to transform the country into a sustainable middle-income nation, the use of plastic bags has been greatly curtailed . Rwanda has since earned the title of Africa’s cleanest nation. Rwanda is now looking at the possibility of banning other types of plastic and is even hinting at the possibility of becoming the world's first plastic-free nation. Rwanda’s constitution recognises that "every citizen is entitled to a healthy and satisfying environment." It also underlines each citizen's responsibility to "protect, safeguard and promote the environment". Such constitution commitments to responsibility for the environment are becoming increasingly present in developing nations. • #climatechange  #conflict  #environmentaljustice  #environmentalismofthepoor  #futurescenarios 
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal as part of @futuresphotography platform.
We are sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’.
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Waste tire, Devon, United Kingdom,(2017)
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The United Kingdom has arguably the longest lived historic responsibility for climate change being the first country to industrialise and emit large quantities of anthropogenic greenhouse gasses. Greenhouse gases that are there because of our often banal actions; like the driving of a car or the purchase of a vegetable from Spain. 
The fact that the developed nations are principally responsible for climate change is a key negotiation point in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). However as celebrated climate change researcher Saleemul Huq states “It is not important who is responsible for climate change, it is what we do about it that matters”.
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#responsibility #climatechange  #future #futurescenarios
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal  as part of @futuresphotography platform. We are sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. • Waste tire, Devon, United Kingdom,(2017) • The United Kingdom has arguably the longest lived historic responsibility for climate change being the first country to industrialise and emit large quantities of anthropogenic greenhouse gasses. Greenhouse gases that are there because of our often banal actions; like the driving of a car or the purchase of a vegetable from Spain. The fact that the developed nations are principally responsible for climate change is a key negotiation point in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). However as celebrated climate change researcher Saleemul Huq states “It is not important who is responsible for climate change, it is what we do about it that matters”. • #responsibility  #climatechange  #future  #futurescenarios 
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal as part of @futuresphotography platform.
We are sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’.
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Temporary shelter, Farmgate Park, Dhaka, Bangladesh, (2017).
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A temporary shelter in Farmgate Park in Dhaka. Dhaka’s most vulnerable group are the population who are found sleeping on the streets near the Sadarghat dock, on roadsides like Green Road in Rajabazar and in parks like this one in Farmgate. Many sleep under tarpaulin or polythene shelters erected late at night against iron railings or shop fronts and dismantled early in the morning. This population is diverse including families and individuals who have been displaced by river erosion, flooding, cyclone and drought, economic migrants some temporary and some permanent, people affected by disabilities and injuries, orphaned children and adolescents and those addicted to drugs like Yaba ( a mixture of methamphetamine and caffeine). Often moving to Dhaka without any network to support them, displaced individuals and family’s earn just enough to buy food working informal jobs such as collecting recyclables or reselling spoiled goods from the cities wholesale vegetable and fish markets. Those temporary migrants who come to Dhaka from rural locations for periods of 2-3 weeks at a time sleep in informal shelters or in the open to save money on accommodation in Dhaka to maximise the remittance they send home returning to work on their land between periods of work in Dhaka. They are often engaged in higher paying jobs that require the support (a recommendation or vouch) of a network to get, such as carrying goods in rented baskets in the city’s large formal markets, as rickshaw drivers who rent rickshaws or day labours who work for contractors on building sites.
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#climatechange #displacement #floatingpopulation #Dhaka #futurescenarios
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal  as part of @futuresphotography platform. We are sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. • Temporary shelter, Farmgate Park, Dhaka, Bangladesh, (2017). • A temporary shelter in Farmgate Park in Dhaka. Dhaka’s most vulnerable group are the population who are found sleeping on the streets near the Sadarghat dock, on roadsides like Green Road in Rajabazar and in parks like this one in Farmgate. Many sleep under tarpaulin or polythene shelters erected late at night against iron railings or shop fronts and dismantled early in the morning. This population is diverse including families and individuals who have been displaced by river erosion, flooding, cyclone and drought, economic migrants some temporary and some permanent, people affected by disabilities and injuries, orphaned children and adolescents and those addicted to drugs like Yaba ( a mixture of methamphetamine and caffeine). Often moving to Dhaka without any network to support them, displaced individuals and family’s earn just enough to buy food working informal jobs such as collecting recyclables or reselling spoiled goods from the cities wholesale vegetable and fish markets. Those temporary migrants who come to Dhaka from rural locations for periods of 2-3 weeks at a time sleep in informal shelters or in the open to save money on accommodation in Dhaka to maximise the remittance they send home returning to work on their land between periods of work in Dhaka. They are often engaged in higher paying jobs that require the support (a recommendation or vouch) of a network to get, such as carrying goods in rented baskets in the city’s large formal markets, as rickshaw drivers who rent rickshaws or day labours who work for contractors on building sites. • #climatechange  #displacement  #floatingpopulation  #Dhaka  #futurescenarios 
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal as part of @futuresphotography platform.
We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. •
‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future.
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#scenarios #anthroposcenes #memoriesofthepast #lenses #future #climatechange #futurescenarios
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal  as part of @futuresphotography platform. We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. • ‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future. • #scenarios  #anthroposcenes  #memoriesofthepast  #lenses  #future  #climatechange  #futurescenarios 
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal as part of @futuresphotography platform.
We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. •
‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future.
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#scenarios #anthroposcenes #memoriesofthepast #lenses #future #climatechange #futurescenarios
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal  as part of @futuresphotography platform. We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. • ‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future. • #scenarios  #anthroposcenes  #memoriesofthepast  #lenses  #future  #climatechange  #futurescenarios 
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal as part of @futuresphotography platform.
We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. •
‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future.
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#scenarios #anthroposcenes #memoriesofthepast #lenses #future #climatechange #futurescenarios
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal  as part of @futuresphotography platform. We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. • ‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future. • #scenarios  #anthroposcenes  #memoriesofthepast  #lenses  #future  #climatechange  #futurescenarios 
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal as part of @futuresphotography platform.
We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. •
‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future.
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#scenarios #anthroposcenes #memoriesofthepast #lenses #future #climatechange #futurescenarios
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal  as part of @futuresphotography platform. We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. • ‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future. • #scenarios  #anthroposcenes  #memoriesofthepast  #lenses  #future  #climatechange  #futurescenarios 
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoordmondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal as part of @futuresphotography platform.
We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. •
‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future.
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#scenarios #anthroposcenes #memoriesofthepast #lenses #future #climatechange #futurescenarios
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoordmondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal  as part of @futuresphotography platform. We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. • ‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future. • #scenarios  #anthroposcenes  #memoriesofthepast  #lenses  #future  #climatechange  #futurescenarios 
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal as part of @futuresphotography platform.
We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. •
‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future.
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#scenarios #anthroposcenes #memoriesofthepast #lenses #future #climatechange #futurescenarios
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal  as part of @futuresphotography platform. We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. • ‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future. • #scenarios  #anthroposcenes  #memoriesofthepast  #lenses  #future  #climatechange  #futurescenarios 
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal as part of @futuresphotography platform.
We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. •
‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future.
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#scenarios #anthroposcenes #memoriesofthepast #lenses #future #climatechange #futurescenarios
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal  as part of @futuresphotography platform. We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. • ‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future. • #scenarios  #anthroposcenes  #memoriesofthepast  #lenses  #future  #climatechange  #futurescenarios 
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal as part of @futuresphotography platform.
We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. •
‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future.
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#scenarios #anthroposcenes #memoriesofthepast #lenses #future #climatechange #futurescenarios
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal  as part of @futuresphotography platform. We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. • ‘Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future. • #scenarios  #anthroposcenes  #memoriesofthepast  #lenses  #future  #climatechange  #futurescenarios 
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal as part of @futuresphotography platform.
We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. •
Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future.
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#scenarios #anthroposcenes #memoriesofthepast #lenses #future #climatechange #futurescenarios
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal  as part of @futuresphotography platform. We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. • Future Scenarios’ three channel film installation suggests a palpable imagining of difficult and improving climate scenarios. Through four sets of loosely defined future events that take place somewhere between 2020 and 2100 we speculate what the future may hold as the temperature increases. Working with Shell (Energy Futures) and UNFCCC (RCPs) scenarios that vary from a 1.5°c to 6 °c predicted temperature rise by 2100 we interpret how hot a given future is by presenting a non specific coloured dot instead of a defined temperature marker, allowing for a subjective interpretation of which temperature rise the scenario may refer too. We are treating the the footage as ‘anthropo-scenes’ from the future and think about how scenarios can be considered memories of the future. Thinking about the future uses the same part of the brain as thinking about the past or past memories. Therefore, our thinking about the future is limited when we use past precedents to imagine how life under climate change may look like. One way of challenging our selves in imagining different scenarios is by becoming aware of and understanding different perspectives. The use of different lenses, also known as frameworks is common in scientific research, journalism or documentary often shaping the way we view, and therefore how we interact with the world. The three screen installation ask us to think about how we frame the world, be it through an environmental justice lens, a neo-malthusian lens, or a technocratic lens and how these frameworks shape the way we imagine our future. • #scenarios  #anthroposcenes  #memoriesofthepast  #lenses  #future  #climatechange  #futurescenarios 
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal as part of @futuresphotography platform. We are sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. •
Petrol jerry can, Devon, United Kingdom, (2017).
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The petro industrial complex is undeniably the most responsible aspect of the capitalist system for the onset of anthropogenic climate change. Following the devastation wrought up The Philippines by Typhoon Haiyan in 2013, the government started to
investigate the liability of 50 of the biggest fossil fuel companies for violating the human rights of Filipinos as a result of catastrophic climate change.
In a growing trend that has gained momentum in the countries that are most vulnerable to climate change. The environmental justice framework is being brought into play to challenge those which are deemed responsible for climate change and deliver compensation via the loss and damage mechanism to those who are most affected by it.
In 2017 Greenpeace and Norwegian environmental organisation Nature and Youth challenged the Norwegian government in the Supreme Court of Norway for allowing oil companies to drill for new oil in the Arctic after signing and ratifying the Paris Agreement. The Government was found not liable on the 4th January 2018 and on the 5th February, 2018, Greenpeace Nordic and Nature and Youth appealed the judgement. The legal case agaist
the Norwegian Government is still ongoing.
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#typhoonhaiyan #environmentaljustice #climatetrial #philipines #norway #climatechange change
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal  as part of @futuresphotography platform. We are sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. • Petrol jerry can, Devon, United Kingdom, (2017). • The petro industrial complex is undeniably the most responsible aspect of the capitalist system for the onset of anthropogenic climate change. Following the devastation wrought up The Philippines by Typhoon Haiyan in 2013, the government started to investigate the liability of 50 of the biggest fossil fuel companies for violating the human rights of Filipinos as a result of catastrophic climate change. In a growing trend that has gained momentum in the countries that are most vulnerable to climate change. The environmental justice framework is being brought into play to challenge those which are deemed responsible for climate change and deliver compensation via the loss and damage mechanism to those who are most affected by it. In 2017 Greenpeace and Norwegian environmental organisation Nature and Youth challenged the Norwegian government in the Supreme Court of Norway for allowing oil companies to drill for new oil in the Arctic after signing and ratifying the Paris Agreement. The Government was found not liable on the 4th January 2018 and on the 5th February, 2018, Greenpeace Nordic and Nature and Youth appealed the judgement. The legal case agaist the Norwegian Government is still ongoing. • #typhoonhaiyan  #environmentaljustice  #climatetrial  #philipines  #norway  #climatechange  change
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal as part of #Futuresphotography platform.
We are sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’.
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Portrait of resilience #7, Dalbanga South, Bangladesh, (2017).
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Dalbanga South was hit hard by Cyclone Sidr in 2007, a number of community losing family members and many losing cattle when the village was inundated by a 50ft storm surge and battered by strong winds. Since
that time the community has participated in ICCCAD’s* GIBIKA capacity building workshops, that provide training in disaster preparedness to reduce fatalities when cyclones do come.
When the 1970 Bhola cyclone struck Bangladesh there were over 300,000 fatalities across Bangladesh. Today
the success of community adaptation strategy’s like ICCCAD’s* GIBIKA program and the implementation of
cyclone shelters in the form of schools that cater for the protection of livestock and provide separate male and
female spaces is huge. When Cyclone Mora made landfall in Bangladesh in May 2017, 500,000 people were evacuated resulting in only 10 fatalities as a result of the storm. •
*International Centre for Climate Change and Development, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
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#bangladesh #DalbangaSouth #disasterpreparedness #cyclones #cyclonemora #cyclonesidr #iccad #climatechange #resilience
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal  as part of #Futuresphotography  platform. We are sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. • Portrait of resilience #7 , Dalbanga South, Bangladesh, (2017). • Dalbanga South was hit hard by Cyclone Sidr in 2007, a number of community losing family members and many losing cattle when the village was inundated by a 50ft storm surge and battered by strong winds. Since that time the community has participated in ICCCAD’s* GIBIKA capacity building workshops, that provide training in disaster preparedness to reduce fatalities when cyclones do come. When the 1970 Bhola cyclone struck Bangladesh there were over 300,000 fatalities across Bangladesh. Today the success of community adaptation strategy’s like ICCCAD’s* GIBIKA program and the implementation of cyclone shelters in the form of schools that cater for the protection of livestock and provide separate male and female spaces is huge. When Cyclone Mora made landfall in Bangladesh in May 2017, 500,000 people were evacuated resulting in only 10 fatalities as a result of the storm. • *International Centre for Climate Change and Development, Dhaka, Bangladesh. • #bangladesh  #DalbangaSouth  #disasterpreparedness  #cyclones  #cyclonemora  #cyclonesidr  #iccad  #climatechange  #resilience 
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal as part of #Futuresphotography platform. 
We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’.
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Failing coastal defence, Daulatkhan, Bhola Island, Bangladesh, (2017).
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We found this palm tree and the failing coastal defence surrounding it by the bank of the Meghna river in Daulatkhan on Bhola Island. It serves as a striking reminder of the intensity of Cyclone Sidr, the solitary palm and it’s perilously precarious existence seemed to symbolise just how resilient the vulnerable could be in a warming world. We were told by Ahmed one of the village leaders just how severely vulnerable to coastal erosion Daulatkhan was. Pointing to a tiny fishing boat on the horizon he proclaimed that once the land had reached to there. The point to which he gestured was at least 2km distant. He went on to say that there were those that had lost their home 10 times, moving every 2-3 years before ending up on the side of a levee or in a slum in Dhaka.
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#BholaIsland #climatechange #sealevelrise #Futurescenarios
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal  as part of #Futuresphotography  platform. We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. • Image: Failing coastal defence, Daulatkhan, Bhola Island, Bangladesh, (2017). • We found this palm tree and the failing coastal defence surrounding it by the bank of the Meghna river in Daulatkhan on Bhola Island. It serves as a striking reminder of the intensity of Cyclone Sidr, the solitary palm and it’s perilously precarious existence seemed to symbolise just how resilient the vulnerable could be in a warming world. We were told by Ahmed one of the village leaders just how severely vulnerable to coastal erosion Daulatkhan was. Pointing to a tiny fishing boat on the horizon he proclaimed that once the land had reached to there. The point to which he gestured was at least 2km distant. He went on to say that there were those that had lost their home 10 times, moving every 2-3 years before ending up on the side of a levee or in a slum in Dhaka. • #BholaIsland  #climatechange  #sealevelrise  #Futurescenarios 
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal as part of #futuresphotography platform. We are an artist collaboration working with a combination of documentary photography, documentary and artist’s film, installation and research. 
We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’.
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‘Future Scenarios’ considers the relationship between vulnerability to and responsibility for climate change and the way narratives shape our understanding of the future.
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Drill Ship, Tillbury docks, United Kongdom (2018)
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As developed nations the UK and other large emitters should be taking the global lead in reducing their emissions by utilising the technological and financial capabilities the they have readily available as the most developed nations. However it is the Least Developed Countries ( LDC’s), once thought of as helpless in the face of climate change, that are now emerging as leaders in development of mitigation and adaptation knowledge, research into loss and damage, renewables and closest to decarbonising their economies, even though as a group they have contributed the least to total global carbon emissions.
Without the work of those LDC’s the minimum long term temperature goal set in the Paris Agreement would have been 2.O°C which for vulnerable nations sees a catastrophic rise of climate change impacts and human suffering. The lower long term temperature goal of 1.5°C that was fought for by vulnerable nations and finally agreed upon is an important achievement of the group of the most vulnerable nations for the whole of the humanity not just for the privileged few. 1.5 goal marks an important shift in power relations in the history of intergovernmental negotiations, where the expression of support for those most vulnerable was followed by an agreement.
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#onepointfivestayingalive #ParisAgreement #climatechange #anthropocene #future #corporateresponsibility #FutureScenarios
We are @lenadobrowolska and @teoormondskeaping posting on #Fotofestiwal  as part of #futuresphotography  platform. We are an artist collaboration working with a combination of documentary photography, documentary and artist’s film, installation and research. We will be sharing images from our ongoing project ‘Future Scenarios’. • ‘Future Scenarios’ considers the relationship between vulnerability to and responsibility for climate change and the way narratives shape our understanding of the future. • Image: Drill Ship, Tillbury docks, United Kongdom (2018) • As developed nations the UK and other large emitters should be taking the global lead in reducing their emissions by utilising the technological and financial capabilities the they have readily available as the most developed nations. However it is the Least Developed Countries ( LDC’s), once thought of as helpless in the face of climate change, that are now emerging as leaders in development of mitigation and adaptation knowledge, research into loss and damage, renewables and closest to decarbonising their economies, even though as a group they have contributed the least to total global carbon emissions. Without the work of those LDC’s the minimum long term temperature goal set in the Paris Agreement would have been 2.O°C which for vulnerable nations sees a catastrophic rise of climate change impacts and human suffering. The lower long term temperature goal of 1.5°C that was fought for by vulnerable nations and finally agreed upon is an important achievement of the group of the most vulnerable nations for the whole of the humanity not just for the privileged few. 1.5 goal marks an important shift in power relations in the history of intergovernmental negotiations, where the expression of support for those most vulnerable was followed by an agreement. • #onepointfivestayingalive  #ParisAgreement  #climatechange  #anthropocene  #future  #corporateresponsibility  #FutureScenarios 
Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure. Have a lovely day.  photo: Romuald Pieńkowski *
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Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure. Have a lovely day. photo: Romuald Pieńkowski * * *This post was made as part of Instagram Takeover by Paweł Jaszczuk and presents part of the artistic project. As organizers of the Fotofestiwal and a group of people with particular views, we do not agree with the rhetoric proposed by Paweł, it is not consistent with our worldview, but we have given this communication channel to the artist who works on the basis of artistic freedom and expresses his own views, so we don't want to censure his statements. We also inform you that we asked the artist to communicate his intentions more clearly without offensive wording, which Paweł Jaszczuk did not agree on* * * #futuresphotography  #futures  #fotofestiwallodz  #fotofestiwal  #elzbietastarostecka  #pienkowskiromuald  #paweljaszczuk 
Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure. Have a lovely day. Photo: Jerzy Troszczynski *
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Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure. Have a lovely day. Photo: Jerzy Troszczynski * * *This post was made as part of Instagram Takeover by Paweł Jaszczuk and presents part of the artistic project. As organizers of the Fotofestiwal and a group of people with particular views, we do not agree with the rhetoric proposed by Paweł, it is not consistent with our worldview, but we have given this communication channel to the artist who works on the basis of artistic freedom and expresses his own views, so we don't want to censure his statements. We also inform you that we asked the artist to communicate his intentions more clearly without offensive wording, which Paweł Jaszczuk did not agree on* * * #futuresphotography  #futures  #fotofestiwallodz  #fotofestiwal  #irenaszewczyk  #jerzytroszczynski  #paweljaszczuk 
Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure. Photo: Jerzy Troszczynski *
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#futuresphotography #futures #fotofestiwallodz #fotofestiwal #ewawisniewska #jerzytroszczynski #paweljaszczuk
Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure. Photo: Jerzy Troszczynski * * *This post was made as part of Instagram Takeover by Paweł Jaszczuk and presents part of the artistic project. As organizers of the Fotofestiwal and a group of people with particular views, we do not agree with the rhetoric proposed by Paweł, it is not consistent with our worldview, but we have given this communication channel to the artist who works on the basis of artistic freedom and expresses his own views, so we don't want to censure his statements. We also inform you that we asked the artist to communicate his intentions more clearly without offensive wording, which Paweł Jaszczuk did not agree on* * * #futuresphotography  #futures  #fotofestiwallodz  #fotofestiwal  #ewawisniewska  #jerzytroszczynski  #paweljaszczuk 
Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure. Have a lovely day. Photo: Romuald Pienkowski
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#futuresphotography #futures #fotofestiwallodz #fotofestiwal #danutakowalska #pienkowskiromuald #paweljaszczuk
Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure. Have a lovely day. Photo: Romuald Pienkowski * * *This post was made as part of Instagram Takeover by Paweł Jaszczuk and presents part of the artistic project. As organizers of the Fotofestiwal and a group of people with particular views, we do not agree with the rhetoric proposed by Paweł, it is not consistent with our worldview, but we have given this communication channel to the artist who works on the basis of artistic freedom and expresses his own views, so we don't want to censure his statements. We also inform you that we asked the artist to communicate his intentions more clearly without offensive wording, which Paweł Jaszczuk did not agree on* * * #futuresphotography  #futures  #fotofestiwallodz  #fotofestiwal  #danutakowalska  #pienkowskiromuald  #paweljaszczuk 
Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure. Have a lovely day. Photo: Tadeusz Rolke
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#futuresphotography #futures #fotofestiwallodz #fotofestiwal #malgorzatabraunek #tadeuszrolke #paweljaszczuk
Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure. Have a lovely day. Photo: Tadeusz Rolke * * *This post was made as part of Instagram Takeover by Paweł Jaszczuk and presents part of the artistic project. As organizers of the Fotofestiwal and a group of people with particular views, we do not agree with the rhetoric proposed by Paweł, it is not consistent with our worldview, but we have given this communication channel to the artist who works on the basis of artistic freedom and expresses his own views, so we don't want to censure his statements. We also inform you that we asked the artist to communicate his intentions more clearly without offensive wording, which Paweł Jaszczuk did not agree on* * * #futuresphotography  #futures  #fotofestiwallodz  #fotofestiwal  #malgorzatabraunek  #tadeuszrolke  #paweljaszczuk 
Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure.
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#futuresphotography #futures #fotofestiwallodz #fotofestiwal #annadymna #paweljaszczuk
Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure. * * *This post was made as part of Instagram Takeover by Paweł Jaszczuk and presents part of the artistic project. As organizers of the Fotofestiwal and a group of people with particular views, we do not agree with the rhetoric proposed by Paweł, it is not consistent with our worldview, but we have given this communication channel to the artist who works on the basis of artistic freedom and expresses his own views, so we don't want to censure his statements. We also inform you that we asked the artist to communicate his intentions more clearly without offensive wording, which Paweł Jaszczuk did not agree on* * * #futuresphotography  #futures  #fotofestiwallodz  #fotofestiwal  #annadymna  #paweljaszczuk 
Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure. Have a lovely day. *
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#futuresphotography #futures #fotofestiwallodz #fotofestiwal #barbarabrylska #paweljaszczuk #havealovelyday
Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure. Have a lovely day. * * *This post was made as part of Instagram Takeover by Paweł Jaszczuk and presents part of the artistic project. As organizers of the Fotofestiwal and a group of people with particular views, we do not agree with the rhetoric proposed by Paweł, it is not consistent with our worldview, but we have given this communication channel to the artist who works on the basis of artistic freedom and expresses his own views, so we don't want to censure his statements. We also inform you that we asked the artist to communicate his intentions more clearly without offensive wording, which Paweł Jaszczuk did not agree on* * * #futuresphotography  #futures  #fotofestiwallodz  #fotofestiwal  #barbarabrylska  #paweljaszczuk  #havealovelyday 
Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure. Have a lovely day. Photo: Roman Sumik
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#futuresphotography #futures #fotofestiwallodz #fotofestiwal #Iwonabielska #romansumik #paweljaszczuk
Hi, my name is Pawel Jaszczuk and i'm taking over this account now😉 Just a few words from a father of 10yrs old girl. Short message, a simple reminder. Let’s follow the real icons instead of "wanna be" internet queen who’s willing to suck dicks for a few seconds of useless exposure. Have a lovely day. Photo: Roman Sumik * *This post was made as part of Instagram Takeover by Paweł Jaszczuk and presents part of the artistic project. As organizers of the Fotofestiwal and a group of people with particular views, we do not agree with the rhetoric proposed by Paweł, it is not consistent with our worldview, but we have given this communication channel to the artist who works on the basis of artistic freedom and expresses his own views, so we don't want to censure his statements. We also inform you that we asked the artist to communicate his intentions more clearly without offensive wording, which Paweł Jaszczuk did not agree on* * * #futuresphotography  #futures  #fotofestiwallodz  #fotofestiwal  #Iwonabielska  #romansumik  #paweljaszczuk 
All the best from my home city - Łódź!
All the best from my home city - Łódź!
FUSEUM VAN DE MOTOGRAFIE in PARIJS 01.09.18 - free - 16:00>20:00
De doosjes werden gemaakt door de schrijnwerkers in opleiding in ons houtatelier Recyclart FABRIK ! !

FUSEE DE LA MOTOGRAPHIE à PARIS
Les boîtes ont été fabriqués par nos menuisiers en formation dans notre atelier bois Recyclart FABRIK ! !

#foto #photo #photography #recyclart #lodz#fotofestiwal #travellingmuseum #recyclart #recyclartfabrik #recyclartbxl#belgium #internationalmuseum @le_bal #le_bal
📷Przed nami PreTIFF, który od 24 do 25 września planowany jest jako przedsmak właściwego @tifffestival. W ramach wydarzenia pokaz slajdów Grand Prix @fotofestiwal w Łodzi, otwarcie wystawy „Northern Rivers” (kurator: Łukasz Rusznica) i więcej!
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Zdjęcie: Lola Paprocka & Pani Paul, „Brunswick Heads Boys” (źródło: materiały prasowe organizatora)
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#tifffestival #fotofestiwal #lukaszrusznica #lolapaprocka #panipaul #wroclaw
📷Przed nami PreTIFF, który od 24 do 25 września planowany jest jako przedsmak właściwego @tifffestival. W ramach wydarzenia pokaz slajdów Grand Prix @fotofestiwal w Łodzi, otwarcie wystawy „Northern Rivers” (kurator: Łukasz Rusznica) i więcej! —- Zdjęcie: Lola Paprocka & Pani Paul, „Brunswick Heads Boys” (źródło: materiały prasowe organizatora) —- #tifffestival  #fotofestiwal  #lukaszrusznica  #lolapaprocka  #panipaul  #wroclaw 
#Repost @futuresphotography (@get_repost)
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[4/5] @anna_orlowska⠀
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In Photofestival Łódź this June!
In Photofestival Łódź this June!
"Selfportrait"
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"What is the true?
Tell me...
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Yes, I can feel it.
-so, then, this is the true.
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#farshidtighehsaz #fromlabyrinth #woman  #autobiography #eyeem #myfeatureshoot #lensculture #somewheremagazine #cortonaotm #instagram #balkancollective #hikaricreative #burndiary #fstopmagazine #p3top #fpmag #bnw #fotofestiwal #kolgatbilisiphoto #phmuseum #beauty #vogue #portrait #illusion #poem
"Selfportrait" . . . "What is the true? Tell me... -I touching you -can you feel it? Yes, I can feel it. -so, then, this is the true. -this is, the true... Yes, I can feel it . . . #farshidtighehsaz  #fromlabyrinth  #woman  #autobiography  #eyeem  #myfeatureshoot  #lensculture  #somewheremagazine  #cortonaotm  #instagram  #balkancollective  #hikaricreative  #burndiary  #fstopmagazine  #p3top  #fpmag  #bnw  #fotofestiwal  #kolgatbilisiphoto  #phmuseum  #beauty  #vogue  #portrait  #illusion  #poem 
Fotofestiwal to nie tylko zdjęcia. To też dodatkowe elementy, które nie tylko wzbogacają fotografie ale też naszą wiedzę. Zdjęciom towarzyszą informacje, grafiki oraz przedmioty, dzięki temu łatwo jest się "wczuć" i z wystaw wychodzimy dużo bogatsi w spostrzeżenia 😊
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#fotofestiwal #fotofestiwal2018 #lodz #igerslodz #lodzyoulove #kochamlodz #vscopoland #explorepoland #polandphotos #visitpoland
Fotografka Mandy Barker dołączyła do ekspedycji, która badała skupisko plastikowych odpadów dryfujące na Pacyfiku na skutek tsunami. Powstała w ten sposób seria fascynujących zdjęć. To fragment jednego z tych zdjęć a na nim dryfujące resztki. Widać po odpadach, że zwierzęta próbowały je zjeść 😏 Świetna wystawa!
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#fotofestiwal #fotofestiwal2018 #lodz #igerslodz #citylodz #kochamlodz #vscopoland #explorepoland #polandphotos #visitpoland
Wielka Pacyficzna Plama Śmieci dryfuje między Hawajami i Kalifornią, waży trzy i pół miliona ton 🙄 i złożona jest z plastiku od dziesięcioleci wyrzucanego do oceanu. W wyniku działań człowieka zachodzą nieodwracalne zmiany w przyrodzie, które nie tylko powodują dyskusje naukowe ale też pobudzają wyobraźnię artystów, twórców kultury i filozofów. Tegoroczny Fotofestiwal prezentował najważniejsze współczesne problemy ekologiczne a jego tematem głównym była „Ludzka natura” i relacja człowieka z naturą. Na facebooku jest już fotorelacja z tej edycji, zapraszam do przeglądania. Byliście? Coś Wam się szczególnie spodobało? 😊
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#fotofestiwal #fotofestiwal2018 #lodz #igerslodz #lodzyoulove #kochamlodz #vscopoland #explorepoland #polandphotos #visitpoland
Wielka Pacyficzna Plama Śmieci dryfuje między Hawajami i Kalifornią, waży trzy i pół miliona ton 🙄 i złożona jest z plastiku od dziesięcioleci wyrzucanego do oceanu. W wyniku działań człowieka zachodzą nieodwracalne zmiany w przyrodzie, które nie tylko powodują dyskusje naukowe ale też pobudzają wyobraźnię artystów, twórców kultury i filozofów. Tegoroczny Fotofestiwal prezentował najważniejsze współczesne problemy ekologiczne a jego tematem głównym była „Ludzka natura” i relacja człowieka z naturą. Na facebooku jest już fotorelacja z tej edycji, zapraszam do przeglądania. Byliście? Coś Wam się szczególnie spodobało? 😊 . . . #fotofestiwal  #fotofestiwal2018  #lodz  #igerslodz  #lodzyoulove  #kochamlodz  #vscopoland  #explorepoland  #polandphotos  #visitpoland 
We are happy to announce the artists selected to join Futures 2018.⠀
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Prawie równy rok temu, 01.07.2017, udało się wprowadzić na hale. Powstało wspaniałe miejsce, gdzie wraz z osobami zaangażowanymi w projekt toczyliśmy dysputy, budowaliśmy scenografie, spaliśmy, imprezowaliśmy i tworzyliśmy plany zdjęciowe. Dokładając do tego, że całość miała miejsce w centrum handlowym myślę, że czasami czuliśmy się jak w jakiejś dziwnej bajce, odcięci od świata, zatopieni w dziurze czasoprzestrzennej. Mnóstwo energii, serca i potu unosi się tu w powietrzu. Potwornie wam za to wszystko dziękuję. Jestem dłużnikiem każdego z osobna. Była to absolutnie najwspanialsza przygoda w moim życiu. Przygoda, która niestety właśnie dobiegła końca. Dzisiaj był ostatni dzień wystawy i ostatni dzień pracowni, która w przyszłym tygodniu zostanie całkowicie rozebrana.

Jeszcze raz, bardzo dziękuję. 
Scenografia: Natalia Giza 
Pomoc produkcyjna: Tomasz Blumental, Adrian Jasion, Agatka Macełki, Patrycja Węglarz, Monika Krążyńska, Ola Musiał
Pomoc scenograficzna: Szymon Jagielski, Sebastian Rozpara, Kacha Bińko 
Kostiumy: Dorota Podgórska, Elwira Rutkowska, Kristina Selvesyuk
Asystenci planu: Andrzej Andrzej Chill Woźniakiewicz, Giovanni Cimarosti, Bartek Stojek, Wojtek Piotrowski, Jakub Urbański, Krzysztof Żabski 
Fotosy: Julia Klewaniec 
Charakteryzacja: Łukasz Lipiński Murray Lindeman, Karolina Golis, Aga Zajdel
Wideo: Adrian Jaszczak, Yusuf Ahmed Mohamed, Andrzej Chill Woźniakiewicz, Adam Chill Woźniakiewicz, Michał Mikulski, Maciej Edelman, Michał Edelman, Patryk Łach
Montaż (wideo): Michał Lejczak
Muzyka (video): Alex Raczyński, Bartłomiej Talaga
Aktorzy: Justyna Litwic (#1), Kaja Werbanowska (#2), Tomasz Chrapusta (#2), Maja Pryjda (#3), Sandra Plajzer (#4), Paulina Walendziak (#5), Marcel Borowiec (#6), Monika Buchowiec (#8), Kamil Kunikowski (#10), Marek Dmoch (#11), Helena Norowicz (#12), Katarzyna Majda (#12)

Więcej: zbyt duża ilość znaków... Partnerzy: Sukcesja, Szkoła Filmowa w Łodzi, Leica 6x7 Gallery Warszawa, Tengu Gallery, Hasselblad, Wacom, Eizo, Studio Bank, Teatr Nowy w Łodzi

#thetasteofcherry #smakwiśni #art #exhibition #fotofestiwal #hasselblad
#sukcesja #szkolafilmowawlodzi
#leica6x7gallerywarszawa #tengugallery #wacom #eizo #studiobank
Prawie równy rok temu, 01.07.2017, udało się wprowadzić na hale. Powstało wspaniałe miejsce, gdzie wraz z osobami zaangażowanymi w projekt toczyliśmy dysputy, budowaliśmy scenografie, spaliśmy, imprezowaliśmy i tworzyliśmy plany zdjęciowe. Dokładając do tego, że całość miała miejsce w centrum handlowym myślę, że czasami czuliśmy się jak w jakiejś dziwnej bajce, odcięci od świata, zatopieni w dziurze czasoprzestrzennej. Mnóstwo energii, serca i potu unosi się tu w powietrzu. Potwornie wam za to wszystko dziękuję. Jestem dłużnikiem każdego z osobna. Była to absolutnie najwspanialsza przygoda w moim życiu. Przygoda, która niestety właśnie dobiegła końca. Dzisiaj był ostatni dzień wystawy i ostatni dzień pracowni, która w przyszłym tygodniu zostanie całkowicie rozebrana. Jeszcze raz, bardzo dziękuję. Scenografia: Natalia Giza Pomoc produkcyjna: Tomasz Blumental, Adrian Jasion, Agatka Macełki, Patrycja Węglarz, Monika Krążyńska, Ola Musiał Pomoc scenograficzna: Szymon Jagielski, Sebastian Rozpara, Kacha Bińko Kostiumy: Dorota Podgórska, Elwira Rutkowska, Kristina Selvesyuk Asystenci planu: Andrzej Andrzej Chill Woźniakiewicz, Giovanni Cimarosti, Bartek Stojek, Wojtek Piotrowski, Jakub Urbański, Krzysztof Żabski Fotosy: Julia Klewaniec Charakteryzacja: Łukasz Lipiński Murray Lindeman, Karolina Golis, Aga Zajdel Wideo: Adrian Jaszczak, Yusuf Ahmed Mohamed, Andrzej Chill Woźniakiewicz, Adam Chill Woźniakiewicz, Michał Mikulski, Maciej Edelman, Michał Edelman, Patryk Łach Montaż (wideo): Michał Lejczak Muzyka (video): Alex Raczyński, Bartłomiej Talaga Aktorzy: Justyna Litwic (#1 ), Kaja Werbanowska (#2 ), Tomasz Chrapusta (#2 ), Maja Pryjda (#3 ), Sandra Plajzer (#4 ), Paulina Walendziak (#5 ), Marcel Borowiec (#6 ), Monika Buchowiec (#8 ), Kamil Kunikowski (#10 ), Marek Dmoch (#11 ), Helena Norowicz (#12 ), Katarzyna Majda (#12 ) Więcej: zbyt duża ilość znaków... Partnerzy: Sukcesja, Szkoła Filmowa w Łodzi, Leica 6x7 Gallery Warszawa, Tengu Gallery, Hasselblad, Wacom, Eizo, Studio Bank, Teatr Nowy w Łodzi #thetasteofcherry  #smakwiśni  #art  #exhibition  #fotofestiwal  #hasselblad  #sukcesja  #szkolafilmowawlodzi  #leica6x7gallerywarszawa  #tengugallery  #wacom  #eizo  #studiobank 
Crying Heads instead of Talking Heads.
#heads #głowy #fontanna #fountain #streetart #sztukaulicy #łódź #fotofestiwal #water #woda #crying #city #poland🇵🇱 #mentalgassi #pasazschillera
Ostatnie dni wystawy w pracowni gdzie na powierzchni 2000m2 powstawał projekt "Smak Wiśni". Zapraszam jeszcze tylko do niedzieli.

CH Sukcesja / pracownia artystyczna / poziom 0
Codziennie 12:00-19:00
Al. Politechniki 1, Łódź

#thetasteofcherry #smakwiśni #art #exhibition #fotofestiwal
Ostatnie dni wystawy w pracowni gdzie na powierzchni 2000m2 powstawał projekt "Smak Wiśni". Zapraszam jeszcze tylko do niedzieli. CH Sukcesja / pracownia artystyczna / poziom 0 Codziennie 12:00-19:00 Al. Politechniki 1, Łódź #thetasteofcherry  #smakwiśni  #art  #exhibition  #fotofestiwal 
Christmas Island, Naturally. Robert Zhao Renhui #fotofestiwal #christmasisland #photography📷 #research #humannature #exhibition