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            [post_excerpt] => The journey through areas where there is continuing support for climate-denying, patriarchal, and racist policies makes for at times troubling encounters, particularly for BIPOC students.
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            [post_excerpt] => Traveling through the Upper Mississippi River watershed, where a rising sense of awareness and growing support for change are drowned out by short-term needs, which continue to take priority over longer-term structural changes. 
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            [post_excerpt] => Figure 9. Swedish Prime Minister Carl Bildt speaking at the UN Earth Summit, Rio de Janeiro, June 13, 1992. © Ingela Bendrot (Blomberg). Private Collection.
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            [post_excerpt] => Figure 4. Aid Triangle. Abbreviations and acronyms: BITS: Swedish Commission for Technical Co-Operation; World Bank: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development; UD: Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs; DENR: Philippines Department of Environmental and Natural Resources. 
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            [post_excerpt] => Figure 2. Number of projects conducted by the Swedish Space Corporation annually. The larger number of projects in 1983 comes from consulting on a receiving station for remote-sensing data in Pakistan. The increase in projects from 1986 onward relates to the organization’s ability to showcase its mapping project in the Philippines to secure additional projects abroad. 
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            [post_content] => © SSC, 1988
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            [post_excerpt] => Figure 8. “Sweden supports the Philippines. Aid from Space,” headline in the Swedish newspaper Upsala Nya Tidning (left). Ceremonial handing over of the satellite map of the Philippines, from Swedish Minister of Environment Birgitta Dahl to President of the Philippines Corazon Aquino.
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            [post_excerpt] => Figure 6. Fieldwork in the Philippines: Swedish remote-sensing experts and Filipino land surveyors review how SPOT scenes correspond to earlier regional maps (left). A photo postcard made during the fieldwork. 
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            [post_content] => © SSC, 1988. Illustration by the author
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            [post_excerpt] => Figure 5. A SPOT scene from the Philippines (left) and a sketch dividing up the Philippines into sections of scenes. “SPOT scene” describes organizing satellite data into images that depict a section of the Earth’s surface sixty kilometers long and sixty kilometers wide. The scenes were the raw resource that remote-sensing experts then molded through enhancement, interpretation, and classification, to yield further information for the end user. The number of scenes required to observe, for example, a region of land defined how costly such a project would be. 
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            [post_content] => Swedish Government Official Report Series (Statens offentliga utredningar)
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            [post_excerpt] => Figure 3. Government inquiries SOU 1980, vol. 23, Konsultexportutredningen. Statligt kunnande till salu. Export av tjänster från myndigheter och bolag) (Consultancy export inquiry. Government knowledge for sale. Exports of services from government agencies and companies); SOU 1981, vol. 73, Landskapsinformation under 1980-talet. Betänkande av landskapsinformationsutredningen) Landscape information during the 1980s. Report of the landscape information inquiry); and SOU 1984, vol. 33, Handla med tjänster. Betänkande av tjänsteexportutredningen (Trade with services. Report of the service export inquiry). 
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            [post_content] => Cover design and graphics by Camilo J. Salomon. © United Nations, 2019
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            [post_excerpt] => Figure 1. United Nations, Global Sustainable Development Report 2019: The Future is Now: Science for Achieving Sustainable Development, 2019, cover and p. 95. 

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            [post_content] => 

Feral Atlas stretches conventional notions of maps and mapping, revealing “feral” ecologies—the non-designed consequences of imperial and industrial infrastructure.

In an age of environmental crisis, field-based and historically grounded observations are more necessary than ever. Feral Atlas is an online work of public scholarship that takes this challenge seriously. Within a custom-designed, digital landscape, the atlas stretches conventional notions of maps and mapping, drawing on the relational potential of the digital to offer new ways of analyzing and apprehending the Anthropocene. The atlas’ playful interface presents reports, essays, artworks, code, and design from more than one hundred contributors that reveal how to recognize “feral” ecologies—the non-designed consequences of imperial and industrial infrastructure. Privileging forms of slow looking and reflection, the atlas guides users toward exploration while encouraging them to grapple with disorientations and discover unexpected connections along the way. The atlas refuses a singular logic of destruction or hope with a predetermined future, offering instead radical new perspectives that mobilize Anthropocene studies in new directions.

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To what end should activism and institutionally backed projects cooperate? Contributors Kim and Odunlami recap on their experiences in the years 2019 and 2020.

In conversation: John Kim, Abbéy Odunlami

How can cultural producers and artists be allies to community organizers who work at the frontline of contemporary environmental and social conflicts? And to what end should activism and institutionally backed projects cooperate? In this conversation, John Kim and Abbéy Odunlami, both contributors to Mississippi. An Anthropocene River in 2019 and The Current in 2020, look at the challenges of building bridges between the different fields. The ongoing struggles of the diverse environmental justice movements in the US and Black Lives Matter have left their mark on the last two years as more than just points of reference for many cultural projects. Kim and Odunlami ask: how can those in the field of cultural production apply resources to productively draw connections between different localities worldwide, while also providing spaces for reflection and debate? As becomes clear, collaborating amid political struggle requires an ongoing awareness of one’s own limitations.

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How might critical artistic mapping reveal the relations of power that dominate a region?

In conversation: Derek Hoeferlin, Monique Verdin

What traces in landscapes and ancestral memory can we follow in order to make visible what is otherwise taken for granted or deemed irrelevant? This recording documents a conversation between architect Derek Hoeferlin, based in St. Louis, Missouri, and interdisciplinary storyteller Monique Verdin, based in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana—who have two very different approaches to practice that overlap through a shared interest in mapping. They explore how the restructuring of the river system over the last 150 years—via infrastructure such as locks and dams—interrelates with the installment of the systems of socio-economic, racial and epistemic oppression that have come to define US society. How can spatial representations help make visible such different forms of power? And what personal, situated ways of witnessing violence find their way into maps, despite their supposedly “removed” perspective?

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Non-human species sometimes mediate societal processes of marginalization, but they can also play a role in solidarity. What might we learn from other species?

In conversation: Sarah Lewison, Lynn Peemoeller, Andrew S. Yang

What effect might the re-working of our relation to another species have on human cultural and political affairs? And does it still make sense to draw this boundary? In this conversation, three contributors to The Current reflect on practices centered on non-human inhabitants of the Mississippi River Basin—the Asian Carp, which is deemed an “invasive” species, and the seeds of traditional crop and medicinal plants that are now at the center of attention in new seed banks and networks. Seed swaps, a form of stewardship for biodiversity, represent a social practice that re-invigorates forms of knowledge once passed down from one generation to the next. Bringing this practice to life cannot happen without communication and the principles of commoning, which often invalidate the market-driven capitalist principles of exchange. The Asian Carp, on the other hand, seems to have already established a place in society, albeit one of marginalisation, with its “invasive” status positioning it as a species apparently unworthy of solidarity. Intervening in narratives on invasiveness allows for the questioning of concepts of belonging. When described as a “para-human” species, the carp is understood as not alien, but a species that lives alongside us.

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Far from belonging to a dated genre, landscapes can prompt artists to engage with the embodied, experiential and political qualities of space.

In conversation: Jennifer Colten, Ryan Griffis, Sarah Kanouse

What more can be said about landscape? Reflecting their highly individual approaches, three contributors to The Current, Jennifer Colten, Ryan Griffis, and Sarah Kanouse discuss contemporary artistic and research practices that convene around the subject of landscape, a category rich in history and entangled in more-than-human relations. Whereas landscape painting in the Western tradition progressed by refining the finite view of a single distant observer, current practices are evolving through engagement with social contexts. This must entail a sensitivity to our becoming-with a place, even as visitors, and for us to recognize the agency of its non-human and human inhabitants. A landscape’s apparent naturalness is merely one piece in the puzzle of its history, composed of the relations that span through it. As artists now explore landscape with this relational approach, their practices often coincide with new pedagogies, activism, and alternative knowledge production. What once was subject to omission or romanticization becomes the new focal point: the lives lived, the embodied experiences and the struggles of those inhabiting a place.

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An exchange on how learning to be fully present in a place requires us to embrace entanglements with broader geographical contexts and ties to far-away locales.

In conversation: Joe Underhill, Michael Swierz

The global climate crisis, with its uncountable local manifestations and drivers, calls for new modes of personal and collective learning beyond the scientific facts. In this recording, educator Joe Underhill and participatory ecologist Michael Swierz get together to talk about their individual practices, which occur in two distinct locations. Exposed to the elemental drifts of weather and climate, Joe is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota and frequently takes students canoeing on the Mississippi River, while Michael inhabits an experimental homestead in rural Illinois. What methods and temporalities prove effective when attuning to a particular site? As becomes clear, learning to be fully present in a place requires us to embrace entanglements with broader geographical contexts and ties to far-away locales. Situating one’s practice also means acknowledging the history and positionality behind our own presence in a space—it means asking: how did we get here in the first place?

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Research and artistic practice depend on exchange and openness to other perspectives. But how can artists and researchers approach blind spots in practice?

In conversation: Jeremy Bolen, Beate Geissler, Oliver Sann, Abbéy Odunlami

The anatomical blind spot hides what can only be known by trusting others to tell us about what we cannot see. In a similar fashion, research and artistic practice depend on exchange and openness to other perspectives outside of our own parameters. But how can artists and researchers approach blind spots in practice? Reflecting on their participation in Mississippi. An Anthropocene River and The Current, the participants of this round table discussion look back at collaborations in the Mississippi delta, their experience of working with local partners, and questions of situated knowledge that have proven relevant for their individual practices, as well as for institutional projects more generally.

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Under the water line an entirely different auditive setting begins. Can we learn to heal and re-build relations with our damaged environment by frequenting this boundary?

In conversation: Monica Moses Haller, Margarida Mendes

Sound-based artistic practices can work fruitfully across a multitude of environments. Monica Moses Haller and Margarida Mendes, both participants of the Anthropocene River Journey in 2019 and The Current in 2020, take on submerged and floating perspectives in their work to explore the capacities of various aesthetic approaches and recording techniques in relation to water. In this discussion, with the anthropogenic landscapes of the Mississippi River as a background, Moses Haller and Mendes consider sound as a way of paying closer attention to the toxicity, pollution, and disruption that otherwise remain invisible. Since the water surface behaves as an almost perfect reflector, sound waves barely breach this interface between water and air, traveling more than four times faster below than above. Water as a medium therefore not only allows us to connect to what can’t be heard or observed above the water line, but through submersion one enters into an entirely different auditive setting. In their rich conversation, Mendes and Moses Haller discuss how listening underwater changes our relationship to one’s own senses while potentially creating an awareness of what Mendes calls an “interscalar continuity” between our bodies and the environment.

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A guided meditation that invites us to journey deep into the earth and back in time.

Presented during The Shape of a Practice, Inheritance 2.0 is a guided meditation that invites us to journey deep into the earth and back in time. Featuring excerpts from interviews with coal miners and paleobotanists, who encountered the remnants of a fossilized forest beneath the rolling hills of Southern Illinois, the audio is accompanied by a last will and testament written from the perspective of the ancient forest.

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An Interview with indigenous leader Saundi McClain-Kloeckner.

With Saundi McClain-Kloeckner

Indigenous medicine and foodways are a living practice of stories, sovereignty and tradition that are closely cycled with land and water. From foraging to gardening and seed saving, the practice of these traditions becomes embedded in the land and shared with each subsequent generation. In this interview with Saundi McClain-Kloeckener we get a glimpse of an immersive life practice of becoming as belonging. At the urban crossroads of the Midwest near the confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, reclaiming an erased and transient indigenous culture is an effort both cultivated and pursued though intertribal knowledge-exchange. The emergent community works to construct territory and tradition reflecting values such as inclusivity, diversity and conservation.

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This Anthropocene Detonator landscape shows a process of land- and waterscape modification from an imperial surveyor’s point of view. Peasants’ farms and colonial crops gradually merge into intensified large-scale colonial plantation and water management projects until reaching the metropole, close to the shore. A few familiar architectural establishments with imperial significance surround the port in the middle, which accumulates goods for colonial trade. Various ships come and go, signifying that the process never stops. 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On this grid, everything exists in commodified parallel: monoculture plantations sit side by side with cattle feeding lots, industrial nurseries, skyscrapers, and suburban houses. Meanwhile, residential blocks and slums merge into each other, factories release exhaust fumes and dump industrial waste, and the smoke from the burning nuclear power stations drifts away in the wind, covering up the skyscrapers and stacks of shipping containers nearby. Through the very form of the grid and illustrations of its collapse, Feral Atlas shows how infrastructures host and spread feral effects. 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Instead of approaching anthropogenic environments as a set of carefully crafted designs for living, Feral Atlas considers the non-designed consequences of imperial and industrial infrastructure. The illustrated landscapes argue that these ecological consequences, referred to by Feral Atlas as “feral effects,” are the Anthropocene. Here in the Anthropocene Detonator landscape red dots mark the location of cane toads. 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The red dot marks a geothermal powerplant in the Anthropocene Detonated world of Acceleration. 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Voices and atmospheres recorded along the length of the Mississippi River Valley, seeking out the political and spatialized through sound, music, and field recordings.

(un)mutable channels collects voices and atmospheres from throughout the Mississippi River Valley. Mediated and spatialized through sound, the multiple and irrepressible flows of the Mississippi River provide an archival backdrop for pivotal streams: discussions with local inhabitants and activists, interviews with Anthropocene researchers, current newsfeeds and live performances.

Framed as the voice of a temporary continent – materially, geographically and mythically constituted – the installation joins the processual and always flowing Mississippi to populate an estuary of media streams evolving from a turbulent river.

(un)mutable channels contains original materials recorded by Temporary continent. and materials sampled from Listening to the Mississippi (2015–2019) by Monica Moses Haller and Sebastian Muellauer.

Temporary continent. are Jamie Allen, Louise Carver, Nina Jäger, Sarrita Hunn, James McAnally, Clémence Hallé, Benoît Verjat, Duncan Evennou and Anne-Sophie Milon.

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As testimonies from disparate times, the experimental publishing collective continent. present excerpts from recorded conversations that are now echoes of a seemingly far gone implicitness and presumption.

 

(un)mutable channels #6

Between now, the Mississippi. An Anthropocene River project in 2019, and the Anthropocene Curriculum Campus in April 2016, the experimental publishing collective continent. has recorded encounters with numerous participants. We hear from Bernd Scherer, Yuk Hui, Pinar Yoldas, Claire Pentecost, Regine Debatty, Katrin Klingan, Brian Holmes, Daniel Niles, Sascha Pohflepp, Jacob Gaboury and others, on questions related to where we are, who we are, and what, indeed, we are questioning. Testimonies from disparate times, the discussions collected here are excerpts that echo a seemingly far gone implicitness and presumption. From the perspective of our current moment, some of the transformations mentioned are happening right now and are no longer “to come.”

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Audio reflections on the river that flows south toward Natchez and New Orleans, stirring up relations between chemistry and commodity, labor and industry, plantation and plantationocene.

(un)mutable channels #5

A river flows southward toward Natchez and New Orleans, stirring up relations between chemistry and commodity, labor and industry, plantation and plantationocene. Sounds captured during journeys in the autumn of 2019 visit upon the Little River model, an aestheticized simulation of research on continental water pathways for alternative riverscapes and futures. Scott Eldrick leads a journey into the past, through 300 million years of geological events. Clare Killman and Beau Henson describe their insurgent political practice for composing a consortium for chance and community solidarity. Jennifer Scappettone works on Superfund sites and writes scripts, collecting over a decade of research on toxicities, evacuations and archeologies. And a check in at the former industrial landscapes of Natchez, Mississippi, speaks of the declining American interior and its Black union communities, as well as the exchanges made between bodily and economic “health.”

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Riots emerge from voices unheard—reflections on Martin Luther King Jr.’s dictum guide us to sites of uprising and industrial toxicity on Turtle Island, a.k.a. North America.

(un)mutable channels #3

It was Martin Luther King Jr. who said that riots emerge from voices unheard. Across various districts and suburbs of the city of St. Louis, amongst them Ferguson, which nationally propelled the Black Lives Matter movement in 2014, Bah Asmin shares the prophecies which foresaw the uprising’s resonances through the continent and the world—as streams flowing from the heart of America. We hear the technicity that mixes methane from the inextinguishable subterranean radioactive waste fires at Weldon Springs, with the gaseous atmosphere at ground level. Researchers and activists in the region describe efforts to manage this military-industrial “nightmare” and its entanglements with corporations. Industrial toxicity, millennia of Native American history and disharmonious urban dynamics shape the pace of audio streams flowing from the region just south of the convergence of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers.

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A collage of recorded conversations about the systems of structural racism and land-use brought about by settler colonialism in the Midwest.

(un)mutable channels #2

In late September 2019, across several cities and rural sites in Illinois and Wisconsin, recordings archived conversations about the nested histories of settler colonialism and land transformations. Christine Nobiss at Seeding Sovereignty counter-historicizes the United States of America and talks about indigenizing contemporary institutions. Audrey muses over the bridges between her river experience and formal education. Sounds of the group walking through long grasses at the Kickapoo Reserve obscure other conversations. The disembodied voice of computational agriculture at the John Deere showroom guides precise crop coordinates. And Yolanda describes the adaptive capacities of Indigenous peoples and the tools for maintaining cultures, against the odds.

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Voices from the Mississippi Headwaters and Twin Cities share reflections on canoeing, protest and a 100-year history of the region.

(un)mutable channels #1

During late summer of 2019, recordings of voices, conversations and poetry were taken at the opening events of Mississippi: An Anthropocene River at the fabled headwaters in northern Minnesota, and further downstream at the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Sixteen-year-old Chavez Bronson shares reflections on canoeing the river and the youth climate strikes, which happened during this time. Teacher Anita Gates recounts a 100-year history of the region through her grandmother’s eyes. Michael Chaney, director of non-profit Project Sweetie Pie, rehearses the poem he wrote; “Mee-zee-see-bee, Great River.” And Joe Davis, spoken word poet of the Harrisson neighborhood of North Minneapolis, raises energies on the banks of the river at urban farm Mississippi Mushrooms.

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Mississippi Multiverse is an immersive film that starts from an embodied sensorial practice to reckon with the ecological impact of petrochemical industries along the river.

Over the last one hundred years, the Lower Mississippi River has transitioned from a site once dominated by plantations to one ruled by petrochemicals. This film by Isabelle Carbonell considers rivers as “fractal connectors” that operate across scales—linking deep time to the present, bridging great distances, encompassing humans and nonhumans, tying sediment to atoms. As the filmmaker explains below, her embodied sensorial practice allows for new possibilities of attending to Anthropocenic entanglements along the Mississippi.

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What is the sound of the Lower Mississippi, a “superhighway” through which huge proportions of exported goods from the US are shipped every day?

What might 24 hours of listening to the Mississippi waters sound like? Can this goods superhighway, which connects to local contexts down the length of North America with global commodity flows, be made legible in sound? A durational soundpiece, The River in 24/7 created by Isabelle Carbonell and Andres Camacho, takes on these questions, with the work’s seemingly impossible-to-apprehend 24-hour length echoing the scale at which the Mississippi operates according to anthropogenic demands. Included below is a three-hour long extract of the work.

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Downloadable instructions for building a miniature boat that offer an intuitive exercise in navigating our own eco-cosmological embodiment.

(Participatory Ecology Seed #8)

Imagine the kind of boat you would want to build and how it looks in your mind. These downloadable instructions for building a miniature boat and using it to name a new constellation of stars in the sky ask us to perform an intuitive exercise in navigating our own eco-cosmological embodiment. Poet, maker, and participatory ecologist Michael Swierz and interdisciplinary artist Maureen Walrath offer participants a test run in experiential reworlding: a future-facing transformation that may only be activated through the actual fact of doing.

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Explorations of suburbia and its “newly urgent legibility” within US political geography blend into personal reflections on modes of living in the St. Louis region and beyond.

(un)mutable channels #4

These streams reflect conversations that took place in October 2019 in the St. Louis region and beyond. They are polyvocalities, conveying the unlikely contingency of local Mississippi River geography, nascent infrastructures, and personal happenstance, yielding planetary stories of transformation through global actors like the Monsanto Corporation. We hear from Charlotte, who is older now, but was once a child of this geography, telling of lives lived in an industrial, incorporated town. Lynn describes how seeds are hope, because within them, life is ready to unfold. Stories are told about older stories, of how these shape places, projects and practices, and how these shape experience, today. Suburban landscapes in the Midwest of the US trace the narration of bus tours by The Laboratory of Suburbia.

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There are uncountable ways to look at a river, yet many of them are invisible in today’s cartographic depictions.

A multitude of habitats, an economic backbone, a landscape of politics, a place of spirits and lore—there are uncountable ways to look at a river, yet many remain invisible in today’s cartographic depictions. Following their four-day experiment mapping a small section of the Danube River, artists Maud Canisius and Myriel Milicevic, together with anthropologist and photographer Thiago da Costa Oliveira and jurist and socio-legal scholar Xenia Chiaramonte, convene during The Shape of a Practice to discuss the intricacies of visually and legally representing a river.

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Artist Ellie Irons documents her travels to Natchez, Mississippi, to meet the American kudzu plant on the contested terrain it has colonized.

 

The kudzu plant—a climbing vine notorious for its rapid growth—has a long history of co-evolution with humans, having been both championed and vilified since arriving in the Americas from East Asia in the nineteenth century. This rollercoaster of American engagement with kudzu makes it an apt focal point for approaching questions around nativeness and belonging, human exceptionalism, multispecies solidarity, and ecocide. In this essay, interweaving text with photography and film, artist Ellie Irons documents her travels to Natchez, Mississippi, to meet kudzu. With the guidance of plants both native and migrant, Irons finds space to re-pattern herself as a cohabitant and collaborator in ecosystem regeneration.

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Seminar moderators Adania Shibli and Simon Turner reflect on the meaning of consensus building in the Anthropocene and ask, what enables consensus to occur?

The act of consensus building is both a crucial part of scientific process and vital to identifying and solving problems in the broader social world. Following on from their seminar that took place during The Shape of a Practice, author Adania Shibli and scientific researcher Simon Turner reflect on the meaning of consensus building in the Anthropocene. While there is no definitive method for consensus building and exclusion is inevitable—whether consensual or caused by power relations and hierarchy—we can acknowledge the multiplicities of shared knowledge developed together as enriching and something that actually weakens the tendency to power. In addition, Shibli and Turner ask, how might the shifts in thinking that occur through minor human interactions, which can enable consensus building, be affected by the isolated and “on-screen” reality of the COVID-19 era?

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Seminar moderators Allison Stegner and Yasaman Sheri reflect on the pathways, pitfalls and rewards of collectively learning to sense differently.

How can we adapt our ways of sensing to become better co-inhabitants of planet Earth? Looking back at their seminar that took place during The Shape of a Practice, biologist Allison Stegner and researcher-design director Yasaman Sheri share their thoughts on sensing and sense-making in the Anthropocene. Sensing is a multifaceted problem that not only consists of the challenge to grasp and measure the scale of anthropogenic changes in the earth system, but also alludes to the challenge of opening up to non-anthropocentric ways of sensing the world in order to become relatable beings amongst others. Stegner and Sheri ask, what practices, technologies, and self-chosen affiliations could allow us to get “contaminated” productively by the perspectives of other living entities?

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Seminar moderators Nishant Shah and Felipe Castelblanco reflect on how communicating in the Anthropocene entails making sense of an intellectual and sensorial force.

How might one position the concept and practice of communication in relation to the Anthropocene? And does this question itself need reframing? In this recorded interview, researcher-educator Nishant Shah and artist-organizer Felipe Castelblanco reflect on this topic, the focus of their seminar that took place during The Shape of a Practice. Shah and Castelblanco discuss how a multitude of forms of communication practice can occur and define different kinds of Anthropocene realities—influenced by factors such as positionality, location, identity, geopolitics, political ambitions, or differing imaginings of the future. Communicating in the Anthropocene is the act of voicing an experience that is both intellectual and sensorial, and which we cannot yet fully comprehend.

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Whatever moment the river might invite us to, it is a thick moment, a moment in motion. Audio piece and notes to the listener.

Listening to the Mississippi, 2020

In this contribution, artist Monica Moses Haller’s long-term work in and around the Mississippi River Delta is presented in the form of a composition made from field recordings and musical interpretations by Judd Greenstein and Michi Wiancko. The written pages of the “Notes for Listening” that accompany the composition make visible the Indigenous Peoples who live throughout the Delta, while referencing its varied and always changing landscapes, borrowing words by Toni Morrison, Rebecca Solnit, Tia Simone Gardner, and others.

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In Germany, being labelled as a person with a “migration background” comes with various forms of discrimination. What do people who have lived this have to say about it?

Field Station 5 – Live podcast

This episode of the podcast series Migration: Perspectives on Displacement in the Anthropocene includes a conversation with Fawad Durrani and looks at the experiences, opinions, and emotional responses of those labeled as having a “migration background.” Those not born in Germany or in Europe have had to intimately engage with this euphemism and can offer a nuanced perspective on the question: Who gets to be an “expat,” and who is an “immigrant”?

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Abbéy Odunlami and guests discuss climate-induced migration and displacement as pressing issues on the bumpy road towards coherent climate and migration policies in the EU.

Field Station 5 – Live podcast

In this episode of the podcast series Migration: Perspectives on Displacement in the Anthropocene, Odunlami sits down with policy advisor Sabine Minninger and data researcher Roberto Forin, both of whom are researching migration patterns and advocating for climate policies that incorporate migration. What do we understand about migration from a policy and data perspective? What does the data say? How are evidence-based policies being drafted?

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What’s left of “refugees welcome”, the slogan popularized in Europe in 2015? What comes from speaking out in solidarity while having very limited power to achieve political change?

Field Station 5 – Live podcast

In this episode of the podcast series Migration: Perspectives on Displacement in the Anthropocene, Clementine Ewokolo Burnley, a former policy advisor in the European Commission’s Division of Disaster and Crisis Management, talks about her work serving at the International and External Relations Directorate, where she managed an area of policy dealing with climate migration. Burnley discusses her current role as a cultural worker interrogating the buzzword phrase “refugees welcome,” how arts, culture and symbolic gestures are practiced, and whether they contribute to significant change or merely apathetic participation.

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Introduction to the themes of Season 2 of the Field Station 5 podcast, which began during the 2019 project Mississippi. An Anthropocene River.

Field Station 5

Welcome back to Field Station 5: a project that explores the geospatial politics of the human-centered era known as the Anthropocene through site-specific outposts & in-depth analysis to instigate who, what, when, and how we’re (re)defining “the human.” While Season 1 focused on the context of the Mississippi Delta,  in this season, the field station finds itself stationed in Berlin, Germany the country which leads the EU in taking in migrants and has shaped the conversation on the EU’s so-called migrant crisis of 2015. This season, host Abbéy Odunlami sits down with artists, scholars, activists, data scientists, climate policy advisors, and migration researchers to understand what migration means to this section of the global north.

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Transmitting from Berlin, Germany, season 2 of Abbéy Odunlami’s podcast features conversations on Europe’s role in the age of migration which is also the age of the Anthropocene.

Migration: Perspectives on Displacement in the Anthropocene

The transformations of the Anthropocene amplify the world’s inequalities. The methods and practices which permitted developed countries to industrialize and get wealthy have produced emissions which contribute to the climate changes that disproportionately harm the most impoverished populations. While most future climate migrants are likely headed to Europe, the EU still lacks a discerning migrant policy. Abbéy Odunlami’s podcast series, Migration: Perspectives on Displacement in the Anthropocene, brings together researchers, politicians and activists to grasp the role of Europe as a political agent and a geographical destination in future climates.

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Left to right: Introduced Pests Outreach Project poster, Massachusetts; Environmental Services Division outreach poster, Springfield, OR; Riverlink Poster, Asheville, NC; Invasive Species Project lesson plan, teacherspayteachers.com. 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October and November, and Chiang Dao in November and December, as a percentage of total. Notes: “Landscape” shows up as a category of its own in October, in Chai Prakan, where the Garden of L.E.A.H. project is. In early November, in the same location (Chai Prakan), Ng's attention is occupied by “Infrastructure”. When Huiying Ng moved to the DDP in Chiang Dao, the images that make up the categories of landscape and infrastructure now show up as a subcategory of “Signs and attention”—“Fields.” [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => ng_table [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-04-16 13:02:57 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-04-16 11:02:57 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 31778 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Ng_table.png [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/png [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [685] => Array ( [ID] => 31785 [post_author] => 99 [post_date] => 2020-12-17 17:14:40 [post_date_gmt] => 2020-12-17 16:14:40 [post_content] => [post_title] => Ng_Sketches of self and nature [post_excerpt] => Sketches of self and nature made across late 2017– January 2018 by (left column) city dwellers who had traveled to work on farms away from their cities of residence, and (right column) members of the Bakudapan food study group. 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These maps propose that visual representations of the abstract “infrastructures”—or “patternings of social form”—can illuminate indexical relations between space and senses of familiarity or closeness that written text does not offer. 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These maps propose that visual representations of the abstract “infrastructures”—or “patternings of social form”—can illuminate indexical relations between space and senses of familiarity or closeness that written text does not offer. 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Maps might provide an alternative image of landscapes, but they are also merely a proposition of proximities: they can be truthful, or obscure other matters (Dodge, Kitchin, and Perkins 2009). A maps’ capacity to illuminate space and render it transparent can be used to render non-waged labor visible. 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The sound was generated by a computer model of a lung developed for the project Labour Lung. The model operates on the probably principle for calculating the effects of the opium smoke on large, medium and small airways: the total amount of opium smoked in 30 years is 6570.00 grammes, resulting in an average of 164.6 carbon dust particles deposited in each large airway is, 548.9 particles in each medium airway, and 546.7 particles in each small airway. The probability of large airway crackles is 0.01796, medium airway crackles is 0.05683 and small airway crackles is 0.011159. The probability of wheeze is 0.00155. 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The sound was generated by a computer model of a lung developed for the project Labour Lung. The model operates on the probably principle for calculating the effects of the opium smoke on large, medium and small airways: the total amount of opium smoked in 30 years is 3285.00 grams, resulting in an average of 82.2 carbon dust particles deposited in each large airway is, 274.7 particles in each medium airway, and 274.2 particles in each small airway. The probability of large airway crackles is 0.00972, medium airway crackles is 0.02944 and small airway crackles is 0.05696. The probability of wheeze is 0.00072. 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A brief history of New Orleans’ industrial canal and the risk to life posed by obsolete ideas in an era of planetary change.

A brief history of New Orleans' Industrial Canal Lock

Residents of New Orleans and the city’s surrounding parishes are no strangers to the role large-scale infrastructural projects have played in heightening risk while reducing equity in the region. In this text, two local community advocates, architectural historian Jeffrey Treffinger and John Koeferl, president of Citizens Against Widening the Industrial Canal (CAWIC), provide a brief history of expansionist projects undertaken by the United States Corps of Engineers in the area, demonstrating how many of today’s endeavors are rooted in now obsolete ideas from the past. In doing so, the authors argue that it is only by abandoning these outdated approaches, which typically favor the needs of industry over citizens, and engaging with the challenges of the current era that the rising tide of planetary change can be stemmed—not only in the case of New Orleans, but everywhere.

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The installation The Current presented field studies by artists, scholars, and activists who were involved in the AC project Mississippi. An Anthropocene River.

As part of The Shape of a Practice public program, the installation The Current presented field studies by artists, scholars, and activists who were involved in the Anthropocene Curriculum past project Mississippi. An Anthropocene River, functioning as a platform for showing the evolution and development of these ongoing endeavors. The field studies seek site-specific approaches to planetary crises along the Mississippi River Basin; a river system that exemplifies current transformations of intertwining histories of earth and settlement, of the bio- and technosphere.

The current exacerbation of social, ecological and political lines of conflict in the United States reveals conflicts that have been concentrating around the Mississippi River for some time. As tensions rise around racialized violence, ecological destruction, and the COVID-19 pandemic, the historical path dependencies and social-political structures that caused them become ever more apparent.

Presented both physically at HKW, Berlin, and within a temporal online environment, in October, 2020, The Current featured interdisciplinary research, methodological experiments and works of art that explore the ecological, political, social and technospheric interconnections of the Mississippi River. In the face of deepening and emerging social divisions, the installation gathered projects that explore new perspectives and spheres of engagement based on solidarity and collaboration for a polyphonic practice of working, living, and surviving in the Anthropocene.

Complete list of The Current contributors:

Mississippi River Basin Atlas
Derek Hoeferlin

Inheritance 2.0
Amber Ginsburg, Claire Pentecost, Kayla Anderson, Sara Black, Sarah
Lewison

Hopium Economy
Beate Geissler, Oliver Sann

Take-Home Kit for Navigating the Ecosystem (Participatory Ecology Seed #8)
Michael Swierz

Listening to the Mississippi
Monica Moses Haller

Blind Spots
Beate Geissler, Oliver Sann, Jeremy Bolen

Two Rivers
Brian Holmes

On the Recuperative Mismanagement of a Cosmopolitan Fish
Sarah Lewison, Andrew Yang

Born Secret
Jeremy Bolen, Brian Holmes, Brian Kirkbride

Sounding the Mississippi
Margarida Mendes

An Aesthetics of Displacement
John Kim, Tia-Simone Gardner, Andrea Carlson, Jenny Schmid

Fourteen Slices of Time and Timeslips
localStyle (Marlena Novak & Jay Alan Yim), Joslyn Willauer

Case Studies
Isabelle Carbonell

Case Studies
Jennifer Colten

Field Station 5-Migration: Perspectives on Displacement in the Anthropocene
Abbéy Odunlami

The Un-Vessel
Anna van Voorhis, Tia-Simone Gardner

Seeds of Knowledge with Saundi McClain-Kloeckener
Lynn Peemoeller

Cancer Alley: From Istrouma to the Gulf of Mexico
Monique Verdin

From Emergency to Emergence: Shaping the future with mutual aid and solidarity
John Kim

Over the Levee, Under the Plow: an experiential curriculum
Sarah Kanouse, Ryan Griffis, Corinne Teed, Heather Parrish

River Pilgrimage
Joe Underhill

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This map was published in 1589 in Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. It was not only the first printed map of the Pacific, but also showed the Americas for the first time. 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Several participants had never touched the plant or smelled its intensely sweet, grape-scented flowers, even though many of them had lived alongside it all their lives. As a parting gesture, artist Ellie Irons took a photo of each participant’s forearm entangled in kudzu vines. 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Edges tend to be areas of higher biodiversity, and this edge harbored at least twelve plant species in addition to kudzu (Pueraria montana), including: whitemouth dayflower (Commelina erecta), hairy crabgrass (Digitaria sanguinalis), tie vine (Ipomoea cordatotriloba), red morning glory (Ipomoea coccinea), smartweed (Polygonum sp.), American trumpet vine (Campsis radicans), and Canada golden rod (Solidago canadensis). In a nearby lawn three species besides turf grass were observed, including broadleaf plantain (Plantago major), Spotted spurge (Euphorbia maculata) and dandelion (Taraxacum officinale). 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Natchez, MS, September 26, 2019. [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => fig_7 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-04-12 11:46:06 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-04-12 09:46:06 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 31225 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/fig_7.jpg [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/jpeg [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [791] => Array ( [ID] => 31229 [post_author] => 99 [post_date] => 2020-12-01 16:25:44 [post_date_gmt] => 2020-12-01 15:25:44 [post_content] => [post_title] => Fig 10 [post_excerpt] => Examples of materials from state and municipal invasive species management campaigns in the United States, taking the popular form of the “wanted poster.” This format is also offered as a class project for elementary school students on several platforms for digital lesson planning. Left to right: Introduced Pests Outreach Project poster, Massachusetts; Environmental Services Division outreach poster, Springfield, OR; Riverlink Poster, Asheville, NC; Invasive Species Project lesson plan, teacherspayteachers.com. 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Several participants had never touched the plant or smelled its intensely sweet, grape-scented flowers, even though many of them had lived alongside it all their lives. Natchez, MS, September 29, 2019. 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Released: 2020. [post_title] => Zugzwang - Samuel Hertz, Christina Gruber, Chrys Bocast, 2020 [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => zugzwang-hertz-gruber_short [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-02-19 15:29:45 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-02-19 14:29:45 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 30948 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Zugzwang-Hertz-Gruber_short.mp3 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => audio/mpeg [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [862] => Array ( [ID] => 30945 [post_author] => 99 [post_date] => 2020-11-30 10:28:47 [post_date_gmt] => 2020-11-30 09:28:47 [post_content] => Photograph courtesy Thomas Friedrich [post_title] => Reflections of the Past_Thomas Friedrich [post_excerpt] => The bony scutes are diamond-shaped and serve as protective armor for this living dinosaur: the sturgeon. 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How can we move from the archive (as an institution) to archiving as a practice that sustains many lives (like oral history, dancing, singing, cooking)?

The practice of archiving is to preserve material generated by individual/s, community, organizations, institutions, and that which is deemed by archivists to have long-term value. Through practices of appraising, selecting, describing, and making useable and accessible archival materials the archive enacts and reproduces values; the archive has never been a neutral place. This seminar, which took place during The Shape of a Practice, asked how we could reflect and expand these values to value more matters and materials, and thus work towards equity and social justice: how can we move from the archive (as an institution) to archiving as a practice that sustains many lives (like oral history, dancing, singing, cooking)?

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In the seminar, the practice of communication was explored as one in flux to address some of the underlying power structures that shape communicative practices.

During The Shape of a Practice, this seminar explored the practice of communication as one in flux as means of addressing some of the underlying power structures that continue to shape communicative practices: colonial practices of information storage, algorithmic structures that favor digital storage over human memory, patriarchal conditions that make the voices of dissent invisible, militarized nation-states that censor and penalize that which is seen as threatening, and capitalistic formations that convert people into things. Borrowing from the medical genealogy of “practice,” which involves disarticulation and forensic investigation, the seminar sought to examine the practice of communication in the era of the Anthropocene.

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By focusing on the embodied, the extended, and the environing qualities that sensing has, the seminar oriented around how perception can be habituated as well as unlearned.

Sensing can be manifold and radically divergent depending on the practices and entities involved in “making sense,” yet “the senses” are often classified according to well-known categories, where the sites of sensation are often described through humanistic lenses. However, sensing could be transformed through more-than-human and environmental affiliations that distribute sensation rather than make it the privileged domain of cognizing humans. This seminar, part of The Shape of a Practice public programme, explored how default approaches to sensing are a product of specific cultural, political, or even human habits. By focusing on the embodied, the extended, and the environing qualities that sensing has, the seminar oriented around how perception can be habituated as well as unlearned.

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Attuning oneself to the transformations of the Anthropocene is both an intellectual and embodied experience. But how can the embodied experiences be shared, or even communicated, to one another online?

The Anthropocene is a multidimensional experience, and requires novel sensory methods for apprehending it. In this archived stream, recorded during The Shape of a Practice, artist Monica Moses Haller leads a guided listening session that generates a perceptual account of the Mississippi River, after which artist Michael Swierz introduces the concept of participatory ecology.

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Closing the opening week of The Shape of a Practice, this meal-at-a-distance brought speakers to the transatlantic kitchen table along with so-called invasive species from the US and Germany.

 

 

To close the opening week of The Shape of a Practice, artists created a convivial meal-at-a-distance with so-called invasive species. From a kitchen in Carbondale, Illinois, artist Sarah Lewison, alongside storyteller and soul food authority Swan Parsons, prepare a meal of Asian carp, opening up questions related to an eco-logic of planetary care and our relationships to habitat. From Berlin and Chicago, artist and biologist Andrew Yang, biologist Florian Rutland and artist Alexandra Toland prepare a red Louisiana crawfish and discuss its colonial references.

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With myriad different perspectives, tools and methods for describing the planet in transformation, how is it that consensus and verification can be established?

How can standards and contentions for truth be consented upon? With myriad different perspectives, tools and methods for describing the planet in transformation, this seminar, which took place during The Shape of a Practice, asked: how is it that consensus and verification can be established? Who gets to decide? Also, how are these decisions shared and made through different technologies and how does this affect the outcome? Seminar participants explored how to reconcile between origins and processes of forming planetary knowledge and universal ideas, and the continuous unfolding of local practices and specific experiences.

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The Anthropocene has a coordination problem. This discussion highlights the many challenges of coordinating projects at different scales, both spatially and temporally.

For this event during The Shape of a Practice, participants highlighted the many challenges of coordinating Anthropocene-related projects at different spatial and temporal scales. Beginning with an introduction by philosopher Patricia Reed, the session includes three discussions featuring the collective Spółdzielnia „Krzak“, artists Gilly Karjevsky and Rosario Talevi, anthropologist Nikiwe Solomon, philosopher Fernando Silva e Silva, artist Ela Spalding, geologist and Anthropocene Working Group member Simon Turner, and artists/activists Raphaël Grisey and Bouba Touré.

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Two case studies focus on two very different landscapes, and attempt to account for the changing relationships that make them over time.

These two case studies, presented during The Shape of a Practice, explore two very different landscapes and the changing relationships that create them over time. Artist and researcher Ravi Agarwal and academic Paulina Lopez share an ongoing project that formulates personal memories of Agarwal’s desert homeland near the city of Jaisalmer. Following this, geographer Huiying Ng and urban farmer Michelle Lai focus on the urbanizing landscape of Chiang Mai, Thailand, and its relationship to alternative agroecology.

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Using sensory work, artists explore how the effects of opium relate to colonialist and capitalist extraction, and convey a tale of industry and the Latvian geological landscape.

These two artist talks, which took place during The Shape of a Practice, focus on making durational processes of accumulation sensible. Artists Nasrin Tabatabai and Babak Afrassiabi present their work Labour Lung, which uses audio to depict the deleterious effects of opium on the lungs and its relation to colonialist and capitalist extraction. Artist Katrin Hornek presents a guided audio journey and discusses her work A Landmass to Come, which employs literal earth to convey a speculative tale of industry and the Latvian geological landscape. The talks conclude with a discussion led by artist and researcher Margarida Mendes.

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Space for studying Anthropocene-related changes can occur intentionally, through institutions and other projects, but it can just as easily occur by accident.

These two case studies, presented during The Shape of a Practice, exemplify how both intentional and accidental spaces create the areas in which Anthropocene-related research happens. Artists Jahnavi Phalkey and Madhshree Kamak, from Science Gallery Bengaluru, India, discuss their creation of sites that intentionally expand boundaries of research in order to facilitate important conversations. Focusing on a less-intentional space, political ecologist Myung-Ae Choi discusses her research at the site of an accidental conservation zone that has emerged in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea.

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Some of the most interesting work on the Anthropocene takes place in between places, in between disciplines, and even in between the lines.

During The Shape of a Practice, four case studies presented research that finds ways of moving between places, disciplines, and the lines that connect them. In Part 1 of this archived stream, data analyst Stéphane Grumbach and biologist Olivier Hamant explore solutions to the problem of scientific knowledge being unaligned with global actions on climate policy, and artist Ela Spalding confronts the challenges of connecting scientific and artistic discourses around ecology. In Part 2, researchers Orit Halpern and Johannes Bruder, with artist Karolina Sobecka, present their performative effort to imagine a different world, followed by an ongoing experiment from artist Sandi Hilal that explores the socio-political meaning of hospitality.

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How do materials from different forms of research communicate with each other?

For this experimental event during The Shape of a Practice, participants engaged in a round-table dialogue focusing on materials taken from their research practice, negotiating their conceptual and practical relationships. Participants include cultural critic Brian Holmes, artist, activist and researcher Imani Jacqueline Brown, curator and researcher Margarida Mendes, and scholar-practitioner Huiying Ng. The event is moderated by theoretician and curator Abbéy Odunlami.

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Raphaël Grisey and Boube Touré chronicle the practices of a self-organized farming cooperative founded by former African migrant workers and activists in France in 1977.

Screened during The Shape of a Practice, this film (a work in progress) by Raphaël Grisey in collaboration with Boube Touré focuses on Somankidi Coura, a self-organized farming cooperative founded by former African migrant workers and activists in France in 1977. The screening was followed by discussion in French, with live English translation.

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Reporting live from the Mississippi River, travelers question how transforming the act of sensing might remake social, political and environmental relations?

 

In this archived recording, live streamed from the Upper Mississippi River during The Shape of a