Webpages tagged with «Art»

The book Electric Brine laying face down.
Published Sep. 5, 2022 1:00 PM

In this talk, curator and editor Jennifer Teets presents Electric Brine, a volume of poetry and critical essays by women voices from diverse fields such as literature, geography, media studies, history of life sciences, sociology, and poetics of science and fiction.

An image of orange seaweed and kelp.
Published Mar. 30, 2022 12:52 PM

Agential Matter is an artistic research project which examines performativity of algae, objects and bodies in instances of observation in scientific research, industrial production and artistic encounter. This talk by artist Sabine Popp is seen as an opportunity to (re)turn to a small shed at a landing station for harvested kelp as one of several places of hybrid coexistence.

Published Jan. 8, 2021 10:46 AM
Image may contain: Natural environment, Grass, Sand, Grass family, Tree.
Published Sep. 28, 2020 9:58 AM

How and when does a being become autonomous? What makes an environment? In this talk, Sara R. Yazdani discusses her work on how notions of the environmental have been explored in contemporary and late 20th century art: art in which new alliances and new types of environmental and affective formation have been mobilized against an anthropocentric world-view.

 
maize, corn, close-up
Published Apr. 29, 2020 6:21 PM

How might diverse ways of knowing, including indigenous knowledges, the humanities and the arts, be more influential in the environmental decision-making that shapes our world? Ecologist, philosopher and political scientist Fern Wickson talks on the value and challenges of inter- and transdisciplinary approaches to research.

barn, demolition, farm, building, garden, grass, trees, flowers
Published Apr. 24, 2020 11:32 AM

What insights can artistic approaches provide on agricultural issues? Artists Geir Tore Holm and Søssa Jørgensen talks on connecting farming, life and growth to contemporary art, with Øvre Ringstad Farm in eastern Norway as an example. 

Published Dec. 14, 2010 2:57 PM