The world has never been more connected – nor more divided. The old world order is being challenged by a new populism, with fear and mistrust on both sides. And yet such uncertainty and upheaval can inspire original thinking, as genuine engagement with opposing arguments breaks down barriers, reveals our shared humanity and gives rise to bold new ideas.
Curated by MIF, FutureEverything, The Guardian and VICE, Interdependence: We Need to Talk invites you to consider and debate today’s hot-button topics: power, heroes, technology, community, truth and change. Over six sessions, we’ll be bringing together a wide range of leading artists, architects, activists, politicians, writers and thinkers, and inviting you to join them as they explore each issue through conversations, discussions, performances and special artist interventions.
Earlier events in the series featured:
For full line-up details, visit the Interdependence microsite or see each dedicated session page
Commissioned and produced by Manchester International Festival. In association with FutureEverything, The Guardian and VICE.
Image: © Fraser Muggeridge studio
An opera for babies
VISUAL ARTS, FILM, FREE
A work by Graham Eatough and Stephen Sutcliffe
MUSIC, VISUAL ARTS
New Order + Liam Gillick: So it goes..
Based on the memoir by Didier Eribon
Directed by Thomas Ostermeier
Featuring Nina Hoss