Post Growth

Date(s) - 02/20 - 05/11
11:00am - 4:00pm


323 10th street
San Francisco, CA

Post Growth

(Nicolas Maigret, Maria Roszkowska & Baruch Gottlieb)
with Jérôme Saint-Clair, Julien Maudet, Clémence Seurat, Pauline Briand

Opening Reception: Saturday, February 26th, 6:00 – 9:00

February 26th to May 11th, 2022

323 10th St. @ Folsom
San Francisco, CA

Wednesday – Saturday, 11:00 – 4:00
or by appointment: 415-336-2349


What ideological, social, and biophysical factors precipitate the current environmental crises? What agency is available for transformative practices and imaginaries to redefine how we satisfy our energy and material requirements and avert large scale ecosystemic breakdown?

Post Growth invites us to challenge the dominant narratives about growth and progress, and explore the radical implications of various artistic prototypes, like an economic model based on energy emitted by the Sun. This speculative research provides perspectives for a shift away from the overexploitation of fossil fuels on which the reproduction of our societies mainly depends today.

Post Growth re-envision social metabolism through an understanding of the energy it requires, it aims to reconsider the critical dimension of living and material activities of the biosphere, drawing on ecofeminism, indigenous knowledge, environmental accounting and historical materialism.

Post Growth is an invitation to a collective and practical examination of our shared future, examining the notion of growth, in its many facets and implications, testing the limits of technology, of politics and of our imaginations.

Credits: Production: iMAL (BE) | Coproduction: Biennale Chroniques (FR) |
With the support from: CNC – Dicréam (FR)

Artists’ Bio: DISNOVATION.ORG is a working group at the intersection of contemporary art, research and hacking. They develop situations of disruption, speculation, and debate, in order to question dominant techno-positivist ideologies, and to stimulate post-growth narratives. Their research includes artworks, curation and publications, including The Pirate Book, an edited anthology on media piracy. There work has been presented internationally, including at: Centre Pompidou (Paris), Transmediale (Berlin), the Museum of Art and Design (New York), Palais de Tokyo (Paris), FILE (Sao Paulo), ZKM (Karlsruhe), Strelka Institute (Moscow), ISEA (Hong Kong), Elektra (Montreal), China Museum of Digital Arts (Beijing), and the Chaos Computer Congress (Hamburg). Their work also has been featured in: Forbes, Vice, Wired, Motherboard, Libération, Die Zeit, Arte TV, Next Nature, Hyperallergic, Le Temps,, Digicult, Gizmodo, Seattle Weekly,, and Filmmaker.