Art for a better future
|Director(s)||Victor & Simon|
|Participant(s)||Katell Le Goulven|
Companies have spent the last 120 years consuming nature. Now they must act differently for future generations. Art appears as an opportunity to seize for a better future. Together businesses, government, civil society and arts institutions can play a crucial role. LUMA offers a neutral ground to co-build this future, in Arles.
Interviewed by Vassilis Oikomonopoulos (Senior Curator LUMA Arles):
- Maja Hoffmann (Founder and President of Luma Foundation and LUMA Arles);
- André Hoffmann (non-executive Vice Chairman of Roche Holding Ltd., Conservation Thought Leadar, Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society) and
- Katell Le Goulven (Executive Director of INSEAD’s Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society) share their views on this topic.