“We are living in a world reaching a critical point where the equilibrium between a healthy environment, the energy our society needs to maintain or improve this lifestyle and the interconnected economies could pass more quickly than expected from the current complex balance to a complete new reality where unbalance would be the rule and human beings would need to be as creative as never before to survive. Environmental problems, economic uncertainty and political complexity have been around for a long time. What was different before was the speed and depth of transformations compared with today’s sudden changes. The frequent occurrence and severity that certain weather and climate-related events are having around us is increasing, and the ability of human beings on modifying adjacent surroundings as well as distant places have turn into a power capable of altering the planet […] The arts could play a major part in helping the global society to understand the magnitude of the crisis we are facing, and in promoting the awareness around environmental matters. it could also be a very good vehicle to disseminate proposals able produce changes in our behavior and decisions, influencing our chances for the future. Artists could promote inter and transdisciplinary actions focusing on our responsibility regarding the turning point we are living in defining the future of -human- life on Earth.”
(Dr. Ricardo Dal Farra, Balance-Unbalance founder).
BunB 2017 – Plymouth, United Kingdom: www.balance-unbalance2017.org
BunB 2016 – Manizales, Colombia: www.balance-unbalance2016.org
BunB 2015 – Arizona, United States: www.balance-unbalance2015.org
BunB 2013 – Noosa, Australia: www.balance-unbalance2013.org
BunB 2011 – Montreal, Canada: www.balance-unbalance2011.hexagram.ca
BunB 2010 – Buenos Aires, Argentina: www.ceiarteuntref.edu.ar/eq-deseq-en