How do we increase access and inclusion while powering down civilization? | Vijay Mathew | fragments for borderless futures
14th October 2021
This writing was created for perfromingborders’ 2021 e-journal: fragments for borderless futures.
In Vijay Mathew’s text we are urged to consider the implications of working across borders and the increasing tax that this takes on our environment.
In the text, Mathew also introduces a new digital tool ArtsCarbon.com which helps us keep track of our carbon use through digital work.
How do we transition to a digital, borderless future whilst ensuring this is not at the cost of climate catastrophe?
Read the full text here: How do we increase access and inclusion while powering down civilization?
Image credit: Windows by Nathaniel Stern
Vijay Mathew is the Co-founder and Cultural Strategist of HowlRound Theatre Commons based at Emerson College in Boston, USA. When using internet technologies, he is passionate about the intersections of accessibility, inclusion, the climate emergency, social change, and a post-carbon future. All of his work in these areas has been informed by a “commons” philosophy and social-justice values. Howlround.com