From 3 to 6 December 2020, FOMU is hosting an online festival on Uncertainty live from the museum.
During the festival, thinkers and doers will investigate the impact that uncertainty has on photography, the future and social justice. We will discuss inspiring ideas and innovative perspectives over the course of remote talks and workshops.
The COVID-19 pandemic is exacerbating social inequities and holding up a mirror to our society. How can we connect with each other in uncertain times? Can uncertainty actually provide room for change?
EVERY EVENENING AT 8 P.M: FACEBOOK LIVE TALK
FOMU will hold daily discussions with thinkers and doers on topics such as the relationship between uncertainty and social media, empathy, black futurism and intergenerational narratives. Participants will include Sarah Dimani, Philippine Hoegen, Sabrine Ingabire, Koen Wynants, Alisha B Wormsley, Yasmina Reggad and Ama Koranteng-Kumi
Find more info on the talks HERE
Follow Facebook Live on 3, 4, 5 and 6 December at 8pm
Participate in workshops on 4 and 5 December led by photographers Max Pinckers and Michiel De Cleene and “Change Leader” Mike Murawski.
More about the workshop Making a Change
→ Places are limited. Book your ticket in time
Launch Trigger #2
We are launching the magazine Trigger #2 during the festival. The theme is Uncertainty. TRIGGER is FOMU’s publication platform for photography. TRIGGER is published entirely in English, both as an online platform and as an annual print version in partnership with Fw: Books (Amsterdam). The second edition of the magazine is a collaboration with The School of Speculative Documentary. We investigate, among other topics, the imagined futures that result from using speculation as a tool.
Read more at www.fomu.be/trigger