Join us in the YRL Conference Room for a screening of the 2017 short experimental documentary “.TV” followed by a group discussion. We will discuss the small South Pacific island nation of Tuvalu, its web domain .tv, and climate change. Some guiding questions for our discussion include:
- What does it mean to map a nation whose borders are constantly shifting and shrinking due to climate change?
- How can we use maps to support climate justice efforts?
- What does the global prioritization of digital spaces over combatting the loss of entire physical nations to climate change mean for our future?
- How does the medium of information impact how we think about climate change? What differs between written text, maps, and documentary film?
- How do we battle climate change despair?
There will be English language subtitles for the screening.
Cover image credit to the Tuvalu Foreign Ministry.
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