“Humankind is now facing a global crisis. Perhaps the biggest crisis of our generation. The decisions people and governments take in the next few weeks will probably shape the world for years to come. They will shape not just our healthcare systems but also our economy, politics and culture. We must act quickly and decisively. We should also take into account the long-term consequences of our actions. When choosing between alternatives, we should ask ourselves not only how to overcome the immediate threat, but also what kind of world we will inhabit once the storm passes. Yes, the storm will pass, humankind will survive, most of us will still be alive — but we will inhabit a different world.”
— Quoted from “Yuval Noah Harari: the world after coronavirus”
(Published on Financial Times on 20th March, 2020)
During the pandemic, CAFA ART INFO focuses on the art ecology around the world, and have invited directors, curators, and art practitioners of art institutions as well as artists at home and abroad to participate in the dialogue with the theme of “The Cross-section of Art Ecology in 2020”.