Scarlet Hall

Scarlet Hall
Name: Scarlet Hall
is a ClimateCultures Author

An artist who co-creates spaces of naming, questioning, healing and desiring in dedication to humans and non-humans who experience intimately the violent consequences of our disconnect.


“My dedication is to the margins, to humans and non-humans who experience intimately the violent consequences of our disconnect, wedged deeper by systems and practices of power and control. I co-create spaces of naming, questioning, healing, hoping and desiring.”  Highlights: Buried Sunshine (2016- Present): a performed link with people affected by coal-mining in Colombia using theatre and social mapping. Dignity for Asylum Seekers (2012- 2015): a 5 day transformational performance/march/protest/walk with a scape-goat puppet. * Colombia (2008-2010): community theatre and organising with young displaced peasant farmers to re-imagine a future in their homeland.”

Scarlet’s ClimateCultures Posts: 

Defensiveness - on the floor Photograph: Scarlet Hall © 2019

A Dance with Defensiveness

Artist Scarlet Hall reflects on defensiveness as an embodied response to being implicated in patterns of oppression. Using movement improvisation to decentre habitual narratives and open space to attend to relationships, Scarlet is seeking ecological perspectives on defensiveness. Read More
You, Familiar

You, Familiar

Artist Scarlet Hall debuts her poem You, familiar -- narrated over photos of clay sculptures used in a Coal Action Network action outside a government department in London, and accompanied by text from fellow CAN activist Isobel Tarr. Read More