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How are the relationships between state, market, natural environments, and citizens understood? And how does this create or foreclose political and ethical agency?

How are the relationships between state, market, natural environments, and citizens understood? And how does this understanding create or foreclose certain types of political and ethical agency? By reinterpreting Article 6 of the Paris Climate Agreement—a complex operational text that dictates how countries can reduce emissions using international carbon markets—The Mont Pelerin Rewrite seeks to find moments not within the epistemology of neoliberalism where its coherence cracks and the recognition of difference enters. This essay, shown alongside a multilayered presentation, describes how the project engages with possibilities for new ways of representing, mediating, and communicating historical governance texts—enacting an exercise in future imagining that opens the door to constitutions for a different world.

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Artist Felipe Castelblanco and researcher Nishant Shah propose that communication must be freed from its desire for intelligibility and claims to knowledge.

Post-Anthropocene communication demands a recognition of the fact that dominant communication practices naturalize and duplicate existing power inequities: communication articulates and is articulated by the very conditions and limits that it seeks to question. As artist Felipe Castelblanco and researcher Nishant Shah describe in this piece, communication is complex, eschews fixity, and must be freed from its desire for intelligibility and claims to knowledge. To explore these ideas further, they collate a selection of materials that illustrate a series of interlinking answers to the question: can communication in the post-Anthropocene enact the practice of its own promise?

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Speaking from the context of the Kuils River near Cape Town, South Africa, Nikiwe Solomon and Adrian Van Wyk reckon with one of the greatest challenges in environmental management—whose knowledge really matters?

In this recorded online discussion, accompanied by an edited transcript, Nikiwe Solomon and Adrian Van Wyk present a live exercise in consensus building that addresses its challenges in the context of urban river management. Bringing insights from the fields of environmental anthropology and artistic practice, Solomon and Van Wyk trace the undercurrents of socio-territorial relations along the Kuils River near Cape Town, South Africa, where postcolonial identities navigate continued marginalization caused by land development schemes and resource extraction. The discussion is structured by four key questions that explore the harmful effects of assumed objectivity when creating environmental management procedures and policy, and how such governance can be accountable to the communities it impacts.

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Both a continual work in progress and a product of centuries of scientific consensus-building, the International Chronostratigraphic Chart represents the work of thousands of scientists seeking to question how landscapes and rock patterns in the Earth’s crust are connected in time and space.

Consensus in Charting the Geological History of Earth

Both a continual work in progress and a product of centuries of scientific consensus-building, the International Chronostratigraphic Chart represents the work of thousands of scientists seeking to question and understand how landscapes and rock patterns in the crust below are connected in time and space—describing the geological time in which the history of the Earth is inscribed. Individuals, institutions, and entire countries have driven the naming and dictating of when and what occurred, yet this global chronostratigraphic pursuit reveals a complex history and a genuine effort to seek consensus. As the chart evolves further, Simon Turner, secretary of the Anthropocene Working Group, asks: what will Anthropocene-accelerated shrinking glaciers, rising sea levels, and future excavations reveal not only about geology, but also its processes of consensus building?

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What might an “Anthropocene archive” look like? Media anthropologist Shannon Mattern proposes that it may benefit from regarding itself as a “living” collection, one that embraces its ever evolving content, structure and context.

Archival records are historically defined by fixed content, structure, and context, but what might an “Anthropocene archive” look like? Alongside screen prints from the Mississippi Floods project by landscape architects Anuradha Mathur and Dilip da Cunha, which formulate a visual representation of the shifting landscape of the Mississippi River, media anthropologist Shannon Mattern proposes that—just as the archive of the Anthropocene Curriculum is documenting a messy, collaborative process of discovery—an Anthropocene archive would benefit from regarding itself as a “living” collection, one that captures the lives and deaths of the myriad entities transformed by the planet’s own phase shifts.

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Catherine Russell invites us behind the scenes at the University of Leicester geology archive and proposes that by observing archives with active curiosity, and postulating ideas within and beyond them, we can forge new hypotheses and solutions.

 

Rocks, Relationships, and Reasoning

An “active archive” is not only one that grows in size, but one with which a relationship is maintained—and which accommodates many perspectives, conversations, and approaches. In this contribution, Dr Catherine Russell, a researcher in sedimentology and the Anthropocene, documents her experiences with the University of Leicester geology archive, proposing that archives are teeming with potential for developing new understandings of and solutions for contemporary challenges. Acknowledging the inherent blind spots and bias of archival practices, Russell argues that archives await fresh curiosity so that new ideas can be found within and beyond them.

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How can archival production be a catalyst for urgently needed action in the Anthropocene? Researchers Jason Ludwig and Tim Schütz reflect on creating networks of solidarity via the case study of the Formosa Plastics Global Archive.

Archiving in the Anthropocene

Focusing on the Formosa Plastics Global Archive, a digital repository documenting the global operations of the petrochemical industry, researchers Jason Ludwig and Tim Schütz demonstrate how archival production can be a catalyst for urgently needed action in the Anthropocene. They explore the potential of archival infrastructures for creating networks of solidarity around pressing environmental issues—contributing key questions, reflections, and speculative visions to this emerging conversation.

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Joe Underhill reflects on the political utility of the language used in academia and the the public sphere, and how to translate deeper understandings of the Anthropocene and into the language and realities of a wider array of people.

The language of Anthropocene discourse is often unsuitable for the work urgently needed in the public sphere to change habits and policy in order to counter the impact of human activities on the Earth system. Political scientist and environmental educator Joe Underhill wrangles with this dilemma, leading research students along the Mississippi River as part of a yearly, off-campus study program—from just south of the river’s source in Minnesota, through the American heartland, and into the Deep South. Encountering the marginalized and divided communities along its shorelines acutely affected by the environmental injustices of the Anthropocene, Underhill argues that we must learn to listen deeply. In doing so, we might better understand each other and move closer towards a position of empowerment together in our era of environmental crises, both local and planetary.

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A contribution collaboratively authored by members of the Anthropocene Curriculum team, that attempts to think dialogically “on curricula.”

A kinship of curricula approaches

Conceived in response to the inaugural edition of the AC Courses, this contribution, collaboratively authored by members of the Anthropocene Curriculum team, attempts to think dialogically “on curricula.” The first half of the essay reflects upon some of the many ideas (and associated pitfalls) concerning curriculum-making that the project has encountered since its initiation in 2013. The second half then outlines a kinship of approaches in the form of a survey that gathers other projects of knowledge-gathering and curation that have followed similar trajectories to the AC in that they, first, involve an interest in the art-science interface and, second, are also situated in the digital realm.

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What does it mean to be urgently slow in this undeniably urgent conjuncture? Ego Ahaiwe Sowinski advocates for intentional slowness as a strategy for reimagining much-needed frameworks for resolution and healing.

Can practicing slowness in urgency become a strategy for resisting realities shaped by the ongoing impacts of capitalism and white supremacy? Artist-archivist Ego Ahaiwe Sowinski connects our insidious digital habits to humanity’s wider planetary condition, asking us to consider their cognitive and environmental impact and practice intentional slowness as a strategy for reimagining frameworks for resolution and healing. And in an accompanying interview, Sowinski expands further on what she describes as “urgent slowness,” contrasts the joy of being part of a network with the often unspoken complexities of collective work, and explains her interest in producing work from a place of rest.

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Are we alone or together on this earth? Jamie Allen reflects on the urgent need to learn (or relearn) a planetary intimacy.

Are we alone or together on this earth? As it undergoes the manifold transformations wrought by the climate crisis, for example, so too do notions of distance, proximity and intimacy become reconfigured, acquiring new resonances—and tensions—across scales. Reflecting on such shifting relations, in this essay Jamie Allen outlines how they underscore the urgent need to learn (or relearn) new forms of planetary intimacy; from the trust and vulnerability necessary for building networks of solidarity to rethinking space not as a homogeneous global grid but as an interconnected network of locales. Through such an approach, Allen suggests, the multiple distances—in terms of both geography and understanding—at play within the Anthropocene might be better apprehended.

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Ego Ahaiwe Sowinski reflects upon the notions of impact, rest, and refusal that have become increasingly important in her work.

An interview with Ego Ahaiwe Sowinski

In this interview, archivist and artist Ego Ahaiwe Sowinski reflects upon the notions of impact, rest, and refusal that have become increasingly important in her work. Considering her involvement with the Anthropocene Curriculum through this lens, she expands upon what she describes as “urgent slowness,” contrasts the joy of being part of a network with the often unspoken complexities of collective work, and explains her interest in producing work from a place of rest.

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The course explored environmental struggles in the aquatic landscapes of Karachi, seeking to recognize and inhabit with care our profound entanglements and shared destinies with the city's indigenous ecologies. 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Different shades of cardboard and various handwritings, mixed with printed labels, bags, and reference codes—the infrastructure of the curatorial system as an archive in itself. [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => russel_images_3up [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-12-02 14:31:06 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-12-02 13:31:06 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/russel_images_3up.png [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/png [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [72] => Array ( [ID] => 42920 [post_author] => 103 [post_date] => 2021-11-08 11:15:04 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-11-08 10:15:04 [post_content] => Beds—Piloting Exchange (1998) by Anuradha Mathur and Dilip da Cunha, shown alongside layers from the printmaking process. Part of the Mississippi Floods series. © all rights reserved [post_title] => Mattern_Image_04-2 [post_excerpt] => Amphibious settlements facilitate the exchange between ocean and river pilots. Archival practices where records and geological specimens speak to the shifting structures and contexts that engendered their very existence are essential for understanding a rapidly transforming planet. An Anthropocene archive would embrace and acknowledge shifts in its content, structure, and context, regarding itself as a “living collection” that captures the myriad entities transformed by the planet’s own phase shifts. [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => mattern_image_04-2 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-11-09 13:22:43 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-11-09 12:22:43 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 41964 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Mattern_Image_04-2.png [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/png [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [73] => Array ( [ID] => 42912 [post_author] => 103 [post_date] => 2021-11-08 10:50:36 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-11-08 09:50:36 [post_content] => Flows—Spreading Waters (1998) by Anuradha Mathur and Dilip da Cunha, shown alongside layers from the printmaking process. Part of the Mississippi Floods series. © all rights reserved [post_title] => Mattern_Image_03 [post_excerpt] => The Mississippi is a living, breathing terrain. The Anthropocene archive it holds is fluid, not fixed, and documents “interaction[s] between physical laws, ecology, and human interventions.” [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => mattern_image_03 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-11-09 13:23:24 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-11-09 12:23:24 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 41964 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Mattern_Image_03.png [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/png [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [74] => Array ( [ID] => 42903 [post_author] => 103 [post_date] => 2021-11-08 10:39:08 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-11-08 09:39:08 [post_content] => Banks—Cultivating Banks (1998) by Anuradha Mathur and Dilip da Cunha, shown alongside layers from the printmaking process. Part of the Mississippi Floods series. © all rights reserved [post_title] => Mattern_Image_02 [post_excerpt] => The concept of land as property results in the extractivist tendencies that have led to climate change. A chemical legacy is archived in the local soils, waters, and residents’ bodies in the Mississippi River region. 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Mayday for Mother Earth! 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[post_title] => ser4 [post_excerpt] => Excerpt from the booklet Zikr, reflecting upon and mapping the disappearing rivers of Gadap. [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => ser4 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2022-01-12 10:10:54 [post_modified_gmt] => 2022-01-12 09:10:54 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/ser4.jpeg [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/jpeg [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [85] => Array ( [ID] => 42864 [post_author] => 12 [post_date] => 2021-11-05 14:00:47 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-11-05 13:00:47 [post_content] => Image by Shahana Rajani, Zahra Malkani, and Abeera Kamran © all rights reserved. [post_title] => ser3 [post_excerpt] => Excerpt from the booklet Zikr, reflecting upon and mapping the disappearing rivers of Gadap. 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[post_title] => ser1 [post_excerpt] => Excerpt from Exhausted Geographies II, an artist book by Shahana Rajani, Zahra Malkani, and Abeera Kamran, reading Karachi through emergent and decaying infrastructures, disappearing ecologies, and architectures of militarization. The excerpts included here are from the booklet Zikr, reflecting upon and mapping the disappearing rivers of Gadap. 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[post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => bigworld_diagram_v4-copy [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-11-03 10:35:54 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-11-03 09:35:54 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 39648 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/bigworld_diagram_v4-copy.jpg [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/jpeg [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [94] => Array ( [ID] => 42784 [post_author] => 103 [post_date] => 2021-11-03 09:42:20 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-11-03 08:42:20 [post_content] => Meanders—Engineered Curves (1998) by Anuradha Mathur and Dilip da Cunha, shown alongside layers from the printmaking process. Part of the Mississippi Floods series. © all rights reserved [post_title] => Mattern_Image_01 [post_excerpt] => Meander cuttoffs form when rivers change course to follow the most efficient flow route. In the case of the Mississippi, many cuttoffs are the result of engineered attempts to straighten sections of the river. Understanding these cutoff structures as human constructs, rather than “natural” forms, allows one to understand how these engineered curves reside uneasily with the historic and contemporary experiences of the Mississippi River region’s indigenous populations. 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From opioids to the Anthropocene: a video project on addiction as the substantial mode of our existence

A trilogy, 2017-2021

Beate Geissler and Oliver Sann’s video practice reveals the complex web of interrelations that underpin individual addiction, situating it the context of overlapping systems—political, material, industrial. In doing so, they draw parallels between conditions of substance dependencies, such as the contemporary US opioid crisis, and our wider planetary condition. The three lectures that comprise the trilogy are included below, followed by a “process sketch,” in which the artists describe the methodology they employed to create the work.

This project is called Hopium Economy because economic growth is an assumption central to our political and economic systems. It is the mechanism relied upon for improving life on Earth for humans based on the belief that there is an escape from the finitude of resources. The “hopium economy” is the endless, unstoppable, and inexhaustible dream of becoming, of winning.

The work focuses on substance dependency and/or addiction and all three lectures of the trilogy consist of conducted interviews with farmers, addicts, meth cooks, scientists, historians, dealers and distributors, SWAT team members, law enforcement agents such as those from the DEA, and police men and women from undercover cover operations, to name just a few. The project challenges the meaning of the term “addiction” in order to conceive it beyond the conventional definition of traditional drugs and consider substance abuse as the possible site of our disastrous and abusive relationship to the planet.

We suggest that substance dependency and/or addiction is not only a metaphor, but the very engine constituting our failure to respond to the demands for changes in our time. Climate change is not simply an unintended byproduct of colonial history, but an ongoing act of imperial violence. A violence set off by the rabid desire of Western societies for goods, things, objects, next to mind-altering substances.

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Astrida Neimanis describes how building, maintaining and repairing social infrastructures are essential aspects of climate change mitigation.
Interventions in Social Infrastructure
How might building, maintaining and repairing social infrastructures be essential aspects of climate change mitigation? In this keynote lecture Astrida Neimanis discusses how, in the age of climate catastrophe, weather has become a highly politicized topic, while the COVID-19 pandemic has caused an increase in social isolation. She offers a feminist version of “weathering” as a bridge between climate and weather, and as a concept that materializes differently embodied experiences of social injustice and human cultural hierarchies in ecologically attentive terms.
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In cross-polarized light (XPL), a filter that is 90° different to the PPL direction (e.g. N-S), is inserted. The technique results in the minerals displaying more properties and often different colors, such that the origins and formation of the rock can be considered in more detail. 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In plane polarized light (PPL), light is aligned to a direction (e.g. E-W) and transmitted through the thin section. The minerals are their natural color and may be inspected for many properties. 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The microscopes used to inspect these slabs enable light to be reflected downwards onto the slab, as well as from underneath, and are therefore called “reflected light microscopes.” The color of the reflected light allows for identification of the minerals. The specks that you see in this image are those reflecting the light ready for identification. 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In this screening and artist talk, Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine discuss their film Homo Urbanus Venetianus,a vibrant tribute to public space.

A Citymatographic Odyssey

A five-minute screening of Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine’s 2018 film Homo Urbanus Venetianus—a vibrant tribute to public space—is followed by a discussion with one of the filmmakers.

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In collaboration with Ocean Space–TBA21–Academy, part of OCEAN / UNI.

To view stream, click here. 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Bringing the city and the environments of Venice into focus as the basis for historical and comparative studies on global geo-anthropological processes.

The Political Epistemology of Hydrogeological Praxis

The inaugural event of the Max Planck Partner Group, The Water City: The Political Epistemology of Hydrogeological Praxis presented a discussion on the aims and scope of the group, which brings the city and the environments of Venice into focus as the basis for historical and comparative studies on global geo-anthropological processes.

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Artist Jakob Kudsk Steensen speaks about his VR artwork Aquaphobia: Fear of Water with director and curator Daniel Birnbaum.
Fear of Water

In a live walk-through of Jakob Kudsk Steensen’s 2017 VR artwork, Aquaphobia: Fear of Water, we go on an immersive journey through watery landscapes. Jakob then discusses his work with curator Daniel Birnbaum, speaking about the possibilities and capacities of virtual reality and hybrid formats, the power of immersive VR to render unfamiliar environments, scales and realities, and questions of agency, emotions, psychology, and energy-use with regard to VR.

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Historian Florike Egmond (University of Leiden) gives a keynote lecture about the historic relationship between humans and water on the Dutch river delta.

Holland, 20th–16th centuries

In this talk on the historic relationship between humans and water on the Dutch river delta, historian Florike Egmond discusses the natural disasters and technologies that have shaped the geography and culture of the area.

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Pictured here: alcohol isopropyl, rubbing alcohol; toluene, brake cleaner; ether, engine starter; sulfuric acid, drain cleaner; red phosphorus, matches or road flares; salt, table or rock; iodine, teat dip, crystals; lithium, batteries; trichloroethane, gun scrubber; MSM, cutting agent; sodium metal, methyl alcohol, gasoline additives; muriatic acid, anhydrous ammonia, farm fertilizer; sodium hydroxide, lye, pseudoephedrine,cold tablets; ephedrine, cold tablets; acetone and cat litter; Pyrex or Corningware dishes, jugs and bottles, paper towels, coffee filters, a thermometer, cheesecloth, funnels, a blender, rubber tubing and gloves, buckets, gas cans, tape, clamps, aluminum foil, propane tanks, a hotplate, plastic cooler chests, measuring cups, towels or sheets and glass laboratory beakers, composite for Walmart maps. 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The apparatus shown here is made with glass but uses the same theoretical process. Hydrogen gas is formed using electrolysis where electricity is applied to water to form oxygen and hydrogen gas. The hydrogen gas is combined with nitrogen gas from the air and the mixture is heated along with iron wool, which helps the reaction take place. Finally, ammonia gas is cooled down to become a liquid for easy use. 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Archival practices where records and geological specimens speak to the shifting structures and contexts that engendered their very existence are essential for understanding a rapidly transforming planet. An Anthropocene archive would embrace and acknowledge shifts in its content, structure, and context, regarding itself as a “living collection” that captures the myriad entities transformed by the planet’s own phase shifts. Beds—Piloting Exchange (1998). 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The drawing is part of a series that captures the dynamics within the courtroom over the past five years. Archived as a form of “civic data”, it can be used to inspire litigation in other places. 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Stops include the Whitney Plantation (focused on the lives and perspectives of enslaved people in Louisiana), the Fee-Fo-Lay Cafe (where community knowledge is shared and the region’s storytelling traditions are preserved), and places where community members are organizing resistance to the building of yet another petrochemical facility in the area, on a former plantation site. 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Current projects focus on Quotidian Anthropocenes, COVID-19 and environmental injustice. 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The AC Courses format acts as an orientation tool, offering literal pathways through material from the AC research pool and beyond. 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Adrian Diff from the Kuila [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => nne-nandel-feat-adrian-diff-from-the-kuila [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-09-16 12:09:28 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-09-16 10:09:28 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Nne-Nandel-feat.-Adrian-Diff-from-the-Kuila.jpg [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/jpeg [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [310] => Array ( [ID] => 41460 [post_author] => 99 [post_date] => 2021-09-09 13:17:04 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-09-09 11:17:04 [post_content] => Photo by Jamie Allen [post_title] => 6. IMG_0441 [post_excerpt] => Lichens are “two things that come together and alter each other collaboratively—two things becoming one thing that does not age… kind of model and metaphor for the intricacies of intimacy.” One of these organisms, a plant, provides the capability to photosynthesize, while the other, a fungus, provides a kind of home for the plant partner. A lichen covered boulder near Kilpisjärvi Biological Station on the Saana fell. 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Brazzaville and Kinshasa are the world’s closest national seats of government, which number around two hundred in total. These capitals—of the Republic of the Congo and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, respectively—are less than two kilometers from one another. Canberra, Australia, and Wellington, New Zealand, are the farthest apart, at a distance of more than 2,200 kilometers. 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Earth’s only natural satellite, the moon, continuously spirals away at an average rate of about four centimeters per year, as detected by the Lunar Laser Ranging Experiment. This is approximately the same speed at which human fingernails grow. 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The idea that documents, ideas or terms are closer or farther from one another is captured by the computational linguistics term “lexical distance,” a problematic and contested measure of the likeness or dissimilarity of meaning or semantic content. 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Released: 2016. 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Final Report, SSC Central Archive, Stockholm, p. 18, and FSF101. Annex B. Project Proposal for Mapping of the Natural Conditions in the Philippines, April 1987, F2B:208, BITS, Swedish National Archives, Arninge [post_title] => Gaerdebo07_Difference between classesJPG02 [post_excerpt] => Figure 6. Differences between classes used in the contract and in the final legend for the mapping of the Philippines. Swedish Space Corporation, FSF101. 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Mapping of the Natural Conditions of the Philippines. Final Report.” SSC Central Archive, Stockholm. 18. Cf. “FSF101. Annex B. Project Proposal for Mapping of the Natural Conditions in the Philippines,” 21 April 1987, F2B:208, BITS, Swedish National Archives, Arninge [post_title] => gaerdebo07_Difference between classes [post_excerpt] => Figure 7. Differences between classes used in the contract and in final legend for the mapping of the Philippines. 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Our challenge as academics is to take this arcane and abstract concept and make it meaningful. [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => olympus-digital-camera-38 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-09-06 17:33:15 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-09-06 15:33:15 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 39994 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/L2_Minneapolis_Moline_Christoph-Rosol_2.jpeg [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/jpeg [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [347] => Array ( [ID] => 40036 [post_author] => 99 [post_date] => 2021-07-02 13:54:49 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-07-02 11:54:49 [post_content] => Photograph by Neli Wagner [post_title] => _DSC8891_NW (1) [post_excerpt] => Students of the Anthropocene must, to some degree, take on the work of journalists and become environmental translators as well. 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Signs warn travelers about “aquatic hitchhikers”—invasive, non-native plants and animals that cause significant environmental and economic damage.  [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => _dsc9185_nw-1 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-07-07 11:36:09 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-07-07 09:36:09 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 39994 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/DSC9185_NW-1.jpeg [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/jpeg [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [350] => Array ( [ID] => 40027 [post_author] => 99 [post_date] => 2021-07-02 13:45:08 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-07-02 11:45:08 [post_content] => Photograph by Carlina Rossée [post_title] => L4_Carbondale_Memphis_Carlina Rossee_9 [post_excerpt] => In contrast to the experience of traveling by bus or train, or being part of an organized tour group, embodied—or “exposed”—travel makes it possible to connect with a diverse set of communities, and helps to humanize people otherwise only encountered online. 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Project Proposal for Mapping of the Natural Conditions in the Philippines,” 21 April 1987, F2B:208, BITS, Swedish National Archives, Arninge [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => gaerdebo07_jpg [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-07-05 15:23:37 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-07-05 13:23:37 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 39956 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Gaerdebo07_JPG.jpg [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/jpeg [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [361] => Array ( [ID] => 39985 [post_author] => 102 [post_date] => 2021-07-01 14:59:54 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-07-01 12:59:54 [post_content] => Courtesy the author [post_title] => Gaerdebo04 [post_excerpt] => Figure 3. 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. [post_status] => inherit [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => gaerdebo04 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-11-03 17:38:41 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-11-03 16:38:41 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 39956 [guid] => https://content.anthropocene-curriculum.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Gaerdebo04.jpeg [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => attachment [post_mime_type] => image/jpeg [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [362] => Array ( [ID] => 39984 [post_author] => 102 [post_date] => 2021-07-01 14:56:06 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-07-01 12:56:06 [post_content] => Courtesy the author [post_title] => Gaerdebo02.001 [post_excerpt] => Figure 1. Number of projects conducted by the Swedish Space Corporation annually. The larger number of projects in 1983 comes from consulting 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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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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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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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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For the assisted readymade Fourteen Slices of Time (2020) fourteen custom-printed postcards—souvenirs that trigger memories of Earth—are displayed on a simple stand that fits inside of an archetypal American mailbox.

For the assisted readymade Fourteen Slices of Time (2020) fourteen custom-printed postcards—souvenirs that trigger memories of Earth—are displayed on a simple stand that fits inside of an archetypal American mailbox. In postcard form, they become physicalized manifestations of strategic frames extracted from the video installation Timeslips. A streaming audio soundtrack can be listened to by viewers on their own mobile device while regarding the postcards, each of which has a phrase or sentence taken from the video’s voiceover on the reverse side. Taken in each other’s context, Timeslips and Fourteen Slices of Time act as triggers for considering the state of mind of an interplanetary agronomist—a lens for probing ethical entanglements that include altering the weather to protect vineyards, the Indian Removal Act of 1830, or planetary scale terraforming and biosphere transformation.

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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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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 ) [872] => 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. 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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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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 ) [875] => 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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