In Justice Scenographics, Rachel Hann considers the role scenographics can play in scoring—highlighting, irritating, intervening—the inscribed spatial politics that promote and enforce geographies of power. Drawing upon ideas of doughnut economics and pluriversal thinking along with ecoscenography and critical spatial practice, Hann proposes how the staging methods of scenography can be re-imagined in an era of climate crisis as tactics for affirming, altering, or speculating new 'feelings of world'.
|Title of host publication
|Spatial justice 2.0
|Kenneth Bailey, Lori Lobenstine, Kiara Nagel
|Place of Publication
|Design Studio for Social Intervention
|Number of pages
|Published - 20 Apr 2020