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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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sample of the plants collected during public fieldwork in the transition zone between kudzu field and lawn ranging from Asiatic dayflower (Commelina communis) to Canada goldenrod (Solidago canadensis), behind Regions Bank, South Canal Street, Natchez, Mississippi, September 29, 2019. 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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. [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => fig_12-2 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-03-04 17:39:03 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-03-04 16:39:03 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 32527 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Fig_12.jpg [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/jpeg [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [405] => Array ( [ID] => 32644 [post_author] => 99 [post_date] => 2021-01-13 12:18:01 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-01-13 11:18:01 [post_content] => Image courtesy of Ellie Irons. [post_title] => Fig_11 [post_excerpt] => “Invasive” Ground Cover of the Contiguous US, 2019, a drawing from the author’s Invasive and Feral Pigments series, created with pencil and kudzu blossom paint made during an open studio event and workshop at Natchez National Historical Park, Mississippi. [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => fig_11-2 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-01-13 12:18:29 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-01-13 11:18:29 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 32527 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Fig_11.jpg [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/jpeg [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [406] => Array ( [ID] => 32643 [post_author] => 99 [post_date] => 2021-01-13 12:12:37 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-01-13 11:12:37 [post_content] => Image courtesy of Ellie Irons [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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Natchez, MS, September 26, 2019. [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => fig_7-2 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-01-12 15:40:55 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-01-12 14:40:55 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 32527 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/fig_7.jpg [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/jpeg [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [408] => Array ( [ID] => 32618 [post_author] => 99 [post_date] => 2021-01-12 15:17:32 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-01-12 14:17:32 [post_content] => Image courtesy of Ellie Irons [post_title] => Fig_6 [post_excerpt] => An example of the militarized imagery used in some campaigns around plant eradication, seen here on a T-shirt for the Invasives Strike Force citizen science program run by the Lower Hudson Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management. 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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”. 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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 presents field studies by artists, scholars, and activists who were involved in the AC project Mississippi. An Anthropocene River.

The installation The Current presents field studies by artists, scholars, and activists who were involved in the AC project Mississippi. An Anthropocene River and which sought 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 reveal conflicts that have been concentrating around the Mississippi 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 made them become ever more apparent.

The Current presents 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 the deepening of old and new social divisions, the installation brings together 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.

Previously installed at HKW, Berlin between Oct 27–Nov 01, 2020.

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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Reproduced from Johan Gärdebo, Environing Technology: Swedish Satellite Remote Sensing in the Making of Environment 1969–2001 (Stockholm: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, 2019) [post_title] => KTH_Philippines 1987 [post_excerpt] => Compilation of regional maps covering most of the Philippines, and corresponding planning of satellites scenes for sensing most of the land surface in the subsequent Swedish-Filipino project to map the Philippines using satellite imagery from SPOT. 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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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[post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => fig_6 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-04-12 10:17:25 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-04-12 08:17:25 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 31225 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Fig_6.jpg [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/jpeg [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [611] => Array ( [ID] => 31230 [post_author] => 99 [post_date] => 2020-12-01 16:25:48 [post_date_gmt] => 2020-12-01 15:25:48 [post_content] => Photograph by Dan Phiffer [post_title] => Fig_7 [post_excerpt] => Artist Ellie Irons and daughter examining a sign found along the Natchez Nature Walk, which reads, “Unwelcome Guests: Invasive Species.” Along the length of this city-maintained path, trees, vines, and herbaceous plants have been cut and mowed, allowing for a view of the Mississippi River but resulting in dry, cracked, exposed soil and little shade. 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 ) [612] => 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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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 Practice, travelers explore the resilience of human and natural communities that inhabit the river and its watershed, as well as the impacts and harms caused by climate change, settler colonialism, racial injustices, and engineering. Led by Joe Underhill, participants include Linda Buturian, Margot Higgins, Jason Lukasik, Michelle Garvey, Stuart Deets, and students from Augsburg University and the Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs (HECUA).

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Histories can often be told through the changes in a landscape; about what has changed and come to form, but most of all, what is excluded altogether.

Presented during The Shape of a Practice, these two case studies interrogate the histories that can be told through landscape change. Artists Shahana Rajani and Zahra Malkani document the ongoing climate and military struggles occurring around Bahria Town in Pakistan, and artist and activist Imani Jaqueline Brown uses experimental forms of representation to reflect on last year’s Mississippi. An Anthropocene River project. The screenings are followed with discussion moderated by writer Adania Shibli.

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How can we build communities that share knowledge about climate issues, both locally and at the planetary-scale?

During The Shape of a Practice, four case studies gave insight into unique ways of building communities that share knowledge about climate issues both locally and at the planetary-scale. In Part 1 of this archived recording, artists Gilly Karjevsky and Rosario Talevi present their recent project in Berlin, and Warsaw collective Spółdzielnia „Krzak“ chronicle their collective practice of building community. In Part 2, scholar Denise Frazier and writer Rebecca Snedeker create a space around themes that include food systems, racial violence, climate and technology. Finally, artists Jason Ludwig and Tim Schütz explore comparative perspectives on the Anthropocene.

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How can one negotiate between extraction, decontextualization, and the outright exploitation that could cause unequal flows of knowledge?

How does one carry out research in an equitable and contextualised manner? To engage with this theme during The Shape of a Practice, participants from around the world shared their practice from the field via video streams. Beginning with a framing by media scholar Maya Indira Ganesh, this archived stream features first person accounts from videographer Sadie Luetmer in Minnesota, and feminist activist and geographer Shana M. griffin in New Orleans.

 

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Artists discuss sturgeons pushed to the edge of extinction and the future of a chemically polluted river near Cape Town.

In three case studies highlighted during The Shape of a Practice, food system planner Lynn Peemoeller, artist Christina Gruber and anthropologist Nikiwe Solomon present the problems of the changing relationships and knowledge practices that riddle foodsystems and waterways.

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The most challenging aspects of doing Anthropocene research require learning how local realities may inform broader global issues.

In this archived live stream, HKW Director Bernd Scherer, AC researcher Nick Houde, and Representatives of the Curatorial Committee of The Current introduce The Shape of a Practice discourse program. Following this, artist and researcher John Kim and sociologist Jeremias Herberg present two very different regions that are experiencing transformations prompted by the multiple disasters that are the Anthropocene. The conversation is moderated by Adania Shibli.

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The first screening session of The Shape of a Practice featured film and performance that negotiates different research practices of archiving, and enacting embodied relationships.

Screening sessions and artist talks concluded each nightly program of The Shape of a Practice, showcasing and creating windows into a variety of artistic practices. The first event presented artist Tia-Simone Gardner’s film contributions The Un-Vessel (with Anna van Voorhis) and There is something in the Water. These are followed with a performance entitled Hopium Economy by artists Beate Geissler and Oliver San.

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A dynamic virtual landscape served as a venue for The Shape of a Practice.

A dynamic virtual landscape served as a venue for The Shape of a Practice. Its figurative shape was an experiment in reorienting and reshaping how a vast network of projects dealing with the Anthropocene can be brought into novel connections. Designed in collaboration with Trust, in this space the audience could congregate and interact with different research materials, view the installations, and attend presentations, screenings, and artist talks. This virtual space not only facilitated remote participation in the live program, but also served as an experimental space for working through materials and collaboratively doing research within the highly distributed Anthropocene Curriculum network.

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Nathan Jessee speaks with Louisiana Gulf Coast Tribal leaders about the social and environmental threats they face and their efforts to ensure social and ecological futures.

A Conversation with Tribal Leaders from Louisiana’s Gulf Coast

For over a century, extractive industries, practices, and policies have threatened human and non-human life throughout the Mississippi River Delta region. Recent state-driven delta governance has largely excluded the descendants of the first peoples to inhabit the region and done nothing to ensure their continued lifeways, governance, and ecological relations. In this interview, Nathan Jessee, a visiting assistant professor of Environmental Studies at Tulane University, speaks with Tribal leaders about social and environmental threats and their efforts to ensure social and ecological futures.

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The week-long The Shape of a Practice event, which took place in October 2020, was a product of a diverse collection of case studies.

The week-long The Shape of a Practice event, which took place in October 2020, was a product of a diverse collection of case studies now presented here in one comprehensive archive. Over 100 contributors shared and discussed the materials from these case studies with fellow participants during the event in internal seminars, presentations, and exchanges with a public audience. In the seminars, the material was renegotiated through the guise of four research practices: archiving, sensing, communicating, and consensus building. This process entailed reflecting on the differences and commonalities between the methods and contexts of each case study which then fed the presentations and discussions that took place during the public program. Following the conclusion of the event, the participants reflected upon these exchanges, expanding and reshaping their case study materials for publication here on the Anthropocene Curriculum platform.

Understanding the conditions of the Anthropocene often starts with local actors making sense of changing ecologies while weathering the cascading dynamics of a transforming global climate system. This knowledge is more often than not a byproduct of people building and maintaining relations that support living environments and communities in a specific place, or that react to political and geo-social challenges from a particular perspective/locality. Amongst the many practices of this kind, artistic and cultural producers are contributing imaginative interpositions, often in close dialogue with those who defend or invent anew fragile forms of inhabiting the Earth with others.

There remains, however, a troubled competition between the knowledge that comes out of these practices, with what is understood as primarily local knowledge on the one hand, and scientifically produced knowledge—often understood as the ideal language to speak about environmental conditions at the planetary/global scale—on the other. The challenge of “leveling up” knowledge from local practices without erasing or flattening the radically different practices, circumstances, and perspectives underlies any attempt to negotiate areas of agreement or dissent on ways of better inhabiting the planet. How can diverse local research, struggles, and practices be related to one another in order to establish a mutual ground of experience and for action within the geological age of humans?

Throughout the week-long program of The Shape of a Practice, which took place both online and at HKW in October 2020, over 100 invited contributors from Anthropocene Curriculum initiatives and related projects shared and exchanged on their site-specific research using the format of case studies. As much as the forms of local engagement presented differed—with a diverse range of artists, scientists, academics, and activists participating—so too did the backgrounds against which the practices were presented: Each case study represents an individual context and a contributor’s attempt to situate and engage in it.

Any attempt to bring these variegated approaches together must deal with the asymmetries of access, infrastructure, and power that contour the epoch of the Anthropocene. As an attempt to navigate this heterogeneity, The Shape of Practice took a conversational approach, making time and space for exchange on the effectivity, contexts, and reasons behind the research practices presented. An underlying conceptual idea was to consider topological relations between the case studies instead of a topography of global crisis scenes. This entails discussing how different local conditions are inevitably tied to planetary systems and how particular places on the planet, even if physically distant, can still profoundly affect one another. Embracing an awareness of how the Anthropocene produces conditional relationships and not simply local disasters is crucial as a starting point for acknowledging different positionalities while seeking common ground.

Taking place during the COVID-19 pandemic, simultaneously in a designed online environment and physically at HKW during a pre-lockdown pause in Berlin, October 2020, The Shape of a Practice played out over the compact time-space bracket of one week, encompassing both closed seminars and an open public program. The expanded digital versions of the case studies, published in 2021, are intended to open up this exchange further, extending it both geographically and temporally.

As a new digital format on the Anthropocene Curriculum website, Case Studies foster new possibilities for publishing research from academic, activist, and artistic collaborators, forging new connections and collaborations via the online platform. Visually and conceptually, the new format picks up on the notion of a physical research desk, as seen from above, upon which sits a wealth of materials that the visitor might like to pick up and examine further. Not least due to the unstable conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic, novel forms and infrastructures for communicating, sharing, and working together across disciplines and geographic contexts have become a necessity for any project dealing with planetary issues, including the Anthropocene Curriculum.

Originally considered through the lens of the four distinct practices Archiving, Sensing, Communicating and Consensus Building, the case studies also indicate the rich exchange that took place during the four related seminars that ran through The Shape of a Practice. Their outcome is also documented below.

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The Shape of a Practice constituted an experiment in negotiating the particularities of context, purpose, and method.

Negotiating Context in the Anthropocene

The Anthropocene is often perceived as either a planetary-scale concept or an extremely local concern. Yet neither of these accounts considers that the global and the local are deeply interconnected. So how can diverse local research, struggles, and practices be related to one another in order to establish a mutual ground of experience and for action within the geological age of humans? The Shape of a Practice brought together over 100 researchers, scientists, artists, and activists to share their fields and methods of work on everything from water pollution and disaster management to an interrogation of the new geological era’s colonial genealogy. In an interactive virtual environment, specifically designed for the event, as well as on-site at HKW, distinct questions, strategies, and forms of action were linked to form a topology of the Anthropocene.

New modes and methods of collaboration between science, art, and civic engagement are critical for understanding and shaping the complex transformation processes of the Anthropocene. The Anthropocene Curriculum is a project that begins from the premise that any curriculum is knotted up in histories of power, context, and value systems that are contestable, contradictory, and interwoven with each other. And that, by consequence, such times of radical change require that reflective questions of purpose and intent become more prominent than usual—particularly when engaging in knowledge practices that are trying to respond to these changes.

How one responds to those two interrelated realities is a product of how each of us has learned to understand problems and how they are framed or passed down to us—which values, intents, and methods are at play, be they learned or imposed. That is, one needs to delve into how knowledge is produced by accounting for the values underlying it, knowing full well how these produce asymmetries of power and partial ways of knowing. Any curriculum is knotted up in histories of power, context, and value systems that are contestable, contradictory, and interwoven with each other. From this point of view, it would appear that responding to the Anthropocene requires a grasp of its topology rather than its topography—of how it produces conditional relationships, not simply local disasters.

The Shape of a Practice was an experiment in negotiating these particularities. To do so, it brought together over 100 academics, scientists, artists, and activists from across the world to share research material that tries to understand and respond to the Anthropocene through knowledge practices and local contexts. Over the course of a week, the research was discussed and worked through in order to determine how the contexts, purposes, and methods they articulate could be brought into conversation with one another leading to coordinated efforts and collective practices encompassing a tangle of concerns and approaches that are difficult to neatly stitch together.

Each of these research projects approaches the Anthropocene from their local-global relationships while also reflecting on the tools and knowledge traditions that formed these inquiries. For instance, the Somankidi Coura cooperative, which emerged from political organization and then led to farming, archival, and pedagogical practices, demonstrates how local ecological issues square with the movement of global workers between communities in Mali and France. Elsewhere in Cheorwon, South Korea, human-crane entanglements show how rewilding is being used as a way of rethinking conservation in and around the demilitarized zone, weaving together technology, geopolitics, and ecology.

This pairing of the global and the local in these researches is crucial for formulating a nuanced understanding of the Anthropocene, which is often thought of either as a planetary-scale concept or an extremely local concern. The Shape of a Practice focused on bridging these two codependent ways of understanding by constantly negotiating the scales and relationships that weave in and out of each case and context.

The research material was collectively worked through and discussed in four different practice-based seminars (Communicating, Sensing, Archiving, and Consensus Building), which acted as catalysts for delving into the purpose, context, and method that makes each research project what it is. A public program ran concurrently throughout the week, during which different aspects of the researches were discussed and presented to the general public, inviting them into the conversation.

Foregrounding all these activities was a dynamic virtual space on the anthropocene-curriculum.org website. This virtual space offered participants and the general public a chance to navigate through different research materials, find various portals into live events, and enable communication with other people taking part. The aim of this space wasto find lasting and meaningful ways of undertaking Anthropocene-related research and sharing it among a network of people spread all around the world by experimenting with forms of digital research that are immersive, interactive, and make use of technologies that open new avenues.

These different projects were—and continue to be—brought together in an effort to work collaboratively and learn from one another across a global landscape molded by asymmetrical power dynamics, inequitable access, and conflicting concerns. This approach aims to generate public discussions about the shared purpose of research communities and knowledge traditions and how they interface with the social and political concerns that ground them. As an inward reflection, it explores pathways toward equitable forms of consensus and to establish a mode of responding to the Anthropocene amid the radical multiplicity of planetary urgencies—urgencies often under the thumb of the powerful and wealthy and bent to their outsize concerns.

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[post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => 04ia_01no_hearts_map01 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2020-09-29 17:36:51 [post_modified_gmt] => 2020-09-29 15:36:51 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 28802 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/04IA_01no_hearts_map01.jpg [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/jpeg [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [865] => Array ( [ID] => 28726 [post_author] => 3 [post_date] => 2020-09-28 15:55:13 [post_date_gmt] => 2020-09-28 13:55:13 [post_content] => Image courtesy the authors [post_title] => 03KS_02erratic01 [post_excerpt] => Sioux Quartzite boulder on the Native Stone Byway. This byway narrates early Kansas history by weaving together the fight for emancipation and the government-subsidized enclosure of the open range using fencing made of native limestone. In the narrative unfolding of the antagonisms between slavers and free-staters over the status of Black life as property, and between open-range ranchers and “fence-in” farmers over competing regimes of land as property, the foundational antagonism slips from view. Indians appear as erratics marking historical paths, and native stone marking property lines. 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Named by West Platte's Mrs. Bunge's Third Grade Class, April 18 2008." 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Taking Venice as a point of departure to collectively reflect on geo-environmental politics in the water city and beyond. Call for applications closes May 9, 2021.

Water Politics in the Age of the Anthropocene

Join a one-week educational event around the theme of Water Politics in the Age of the Anthropocene, organized by Ca’ Foscari University, the Center for the Humanities and Social Change, and the Max Planck Partner Group The Water City in the framework of the Anthropocene Curriculum, a long-term collaborative project initiated by Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin) and the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (Berlin).

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Critical insights from and impressions of the Anthropocene River Campus: The Human Delta, which took place in New Orleans in November 2019.

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On the different manifestations and impacts of the Louisiana Anthropocene, which have been lent somber new resonance in 2020 by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Risk/Equity seminar reflection

In this essay, the conveners of the Anthropocene River Campus’ Risk/Equity seminar each draw upon their own experiences of the endeavor in 2019 while also considering how these have been lent somber new resonance in 2020 by the COVID-19 pandemic. The texts describe the different manifestations and impacts of the Louisiana Anthropocene, from the manifold “slow disasters” the region has undergone to the embodied, emotional dimensions of field work; from the complexities involved in attempts to bridge global and regional community engagement to why a public pedagogy of Black Lives Matter must play a role in Anthropocenic scholarship—in Louisiana and far beyond.

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If a corporation can have rights, then why not the Mississippi River?

What if it wasn’t just humans who had rights?

What is a river: a highway? A blue line on the map? A habitat and a pantry? A technical challenge? And should it be given legal status and associated rights? In this essay, Fritz Habekuß takes the question famously posited by Christopher D. Stone in his 1968 text “Should Trees Have Standing?” and explores the case for the Mississippi to gain such a status. In doing so, he traces the complex cultural dynamics and industrial flows its watershed encompasses and the equally numerous ways these have been exploited. If a corporation can have rights, then why not the Mississippi River?

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[post_title] => fullsizeoutput_254c-1400x1338 [post_excerpt] => At Saint Anthony Falls, where Mississippi River meets downtown Minneapolis “its subjugation is total.” [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => fullsizeoutput_254c-1400x1338 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2020-09-04 15:01:41 [post_modified_gmt] => 2020-09-04 13:01:41 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 28426 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/fullsizeoutput_254c-1400x1338-1.jpeg [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/jpeg [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [882] => Array ( [ID] => 28431 [post_author] => 12 [post_date] => 2020-09-04 14:47:05 [post_date_gmt] => 2020-09-04 12:47:05 [post_content] => Photo by Fritz Habekuß [post_title] => 20190924_104625_HDR [post_excerpt] => Works with nets at Genoa National Fish Hatchery. 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What can be learned from attuning to the specifics of vulnerability associated with a particular context when artificial realities—such as the norm of “staying dry”—are interrogated?

Exhaustion/Imagination seminar reflection

The Exhaustion/Imagination seminar that took place as part of the Anthropocene River Campus in New Orleans considered how to negotiate the limits of the Anthropocene and how to contend with different modes of exhaustion: of land, water, and the body. In this conversation, seminar conveners Adam Crosson, Monica Haller, and Monique Verdin reflect upon how the approaches taken during the seminar were—and were not—able to apprehend and respond to the various sites and situations encountered. They identify some of the more mundane program disruptions as being the very essence of the seminar, and reflect upon what can be learned from attuning to the specifics of vulnerability associated with a particular context when artificial realities—such as the norm of “staying dry”—are interrogated. Finally, in the face—or rather in the spirit of exhaustion—they ask: what would be the next best step?

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Brian Holmes contemplates how our natural surroundings are suffused with the aftermath of colonial trauma and racial exploitation.

The Anthropocene River in Reverse

Is nature political? In this piece, Brian Holmes reflects on his experience as a traveler of the Anthropocene River Journey. Retracing that journey in the opposite direction, he contemplates how our natural surroundings are suffused with the aftermath of colonial trauma and racial exploitation. As these struggles have inscribed themselves into the territory and the very flow of the water, Holmes suggests approaching the site-specific history of racism and its legacies in corporate extractivism as a hermeneutic for reading the flood pulse that shapes contemporary Mississippi landscapes.

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