The World is Our Household!
‘The World is Our Household!’ (TWIOH) is a 6-month, multidisciplinary programme aiming to share and learn situated knowledges about living in solidarity with our communities and environments. TWIOH brings together artists, cultural practitioners, “adat” (indigenous) and community activists from across the Indonesian archipelago, to share their work, struggles and contexts with each other and the public, with the aim of seeding a translocal solidarity network. The heart of TWIOH is this website, which hosts video interviews with communities across Indonesia; a podcast series reflecting on ecological issues and practices of resistance from various contexts; newly commissioned writings; Fellowship for artists, farmers, activists and other practitioners; and a multi-site Forum broadcast live via digital radio.
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‘The World is Our Household!’ (TWIOH) is developed in partnership with Bumi Pemuda Rahayu, Rujak Center for Urban Studies and SAM Fund for Art and Ecology. TWIOH is generously supported by Prince Claus Fund for Culture and Development and Goethe-Institut, Marinus Plantema Foundation, Arts Collaboratory, Arts Council England and Goethe-Institut Indonesien.