Parliament Session

About joining the Cop26

Once all of the representatives have entered the parliament hall, the session begins. Standing next to their geo-political sample. The event’s agenda is centred around the decision of applying to join COP26(United Nations Climate Change Conference, more commonly referred to as COP26). The parliament of things implies two alternative conditions of the representation, explained by Bruno Latour in his theoretical paper, “the parliament of things”; on one hand, subjects are perceived through a physical representation, an object, a drawing, a homologue of the specific “thing” or condition. As an alternative - subjects are seen through a political representation, a representative, that gives voice to an entity that otherwise would not be heard.


Sanne van den Breemer
Filip Geerts
Ilmar Hurkxkens

Director of Studies

Salomon Frausto


Nigel Alarcon(MX), Pooja Bhave(IN), Mariano Cuofano(IT), Fabiola Cruz(PE), Alonso Díaz(MX), Xiaoyu Ding(CN), Ines Garcia‑Lezana(ES), Sandra Garcia(ES), Martino Greco(IT), Sebastian Hitchcock(ZA), Alejandra Huesca(MX), Yesah Hwangbo(KR), Takuma Johnson(US), Yi-Ni Lin(TW), Paola Tovar(MX), Cristhy Mattos(BR), Preradon Pimpakan(TH), Adi Samet(IL), Raymond Tang(US), Kulaporn Temudom(TH), Danai Tsigkanou(GR), Jesse Verdoes(NL), Rongting Xiao(CN)