Our systems are broken. Outdated. Self-destructive.
We sit in the driver’s seat with our eyes closed.
More, more, more.
From the day we are born, we are programmed to want.
Endlessly. Food, drink, drugs, clothing, cars, houses, jewellery,
screen time, fetishes…
The things we acquire kept as treasures, as the world sinks in
the polluted depths of our ongoing need for more.
Society tells you the more you have, the happier you are but when
did we put our need for excess over the lives of animals, nature,
the earth, our children’s lives and our own lives?
We know what is happening. There is no excuse.
It is time for radical change. But how do we achieve this?
The Nave brings together the avant-garde, underground artistic
communities of London to create an exhibition that will take you
on a journey through the current situation, implications and
possible solutions to the consumer culture epidemic.
The exhibition will include visual art, installation, immersive art
theatre, performance art, dance, panel talks, workshops, sit in
peace, meditations and much more.
In typical Nave style it will leave you impacted and lead you on a
path to explore positive change.