The Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art presents ‘To Live Forever’, a conversation between Andrew Snyder-Beattie and Cécile B. Evans

04.09.16 | tag: Berlin

Image: Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Landscape with the Fall of Icarus, circa 1555–68, now seen as a good early copy of Bruegel's original             

To live forever is a conversation between Andrew Snyder-Beattie and Cécile B. Evans. Andrew Snyder-Beattie is Director of Research at the Future of Humanity Institute, a multidisciplinary research institute at the University of Oxford that aims “to bear on big-picture questions about humanity and its prospects.” This is an excerpt from multiple conversations between artist Cécile B. Evans and Snyder-Beattie about who gets to be a part of humanity’s future—or if there even will be one.

The Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art