Chill Survive Network is a platform for mutual exchange and collaboration between researchers, curators, artists and institutions in the North-beyond-the-global-North. We engage in human and nonhuman entanglements and the development of new strategies, tactics, methodology and language that speak to our present ecological crisis. The objective is to explore, learn, mediate, cope with the future transformations in the Arctic. The network consists of several physical and online meetings including seminars and workshops.
Chill Survive Network has been funded in part by Nordic Culture Point and Aalto University, Finland.
Collaborating institutions include The Arctic University of Norway, and University of Iceland, in Greenland: Nuuk Kunstmuseum, NAPA, the National Museum, and institute of Natural Resources; and Finland: Bioartsociety, Kuusamo City, Arts Council of Northern Ostrobothnia, and Lapland University.
Find here full list of collaborator websites
Please check out the Chill Survive Network video channel.