23 June 2017


10:00—11:00     SESSION 6 (chaired by: Anna-Sophie Springer)

  • Marianna Tsionki, Curating the Anthropocene: Rare Earths, toxicity, and geopolitical representations
  • Alexandra Halkias, Critical biopolitics and the Anthropocene: Humans, non-humans, and life as war
  • Mark Peter Wright, Interference Acts

11:00—11:30     Coffee Break

11:30—12:30     Keynote Speaker: JOANNA ZYLINSKA, The End of Man: A Tragicomedy

12:30—13:30     SESSION 7 (chaired by: Krithika Srinivasan)

  • Monika Bakke, Vegetation as we do not know it: Art and Architecture for plant biodiversity in the Anthropocene
  • Franklin Ginn, Standard operating procedure: On plant death and the limits of vitalism
  • Josef Barla, Response-Ability in the Age of Insects. A Politics of Representing as Intervening for the Anthropocene

13:30—14:30     Lunch Break (with Exhibition Pop-Up Presentations)

14:30—15:30     SESSION 8  (chaired by: Ilana Halperin)

  • Wood Roberdeau, Spencer Finch's Thank You, Fog (2009)
  • Kate Lewis-Hood, 'A fog so thick covered us that we could scarcely see': unknowing the Anthropocene in Caroline Bergvall's Drift
  • Matthieu Duperrex, Farewell to the sublime, aesthetic of the disputed territories in the Anthropocene

15:30—16:00      Coffee Break

16:00—17:00      Keynote Speaker: SUSAN SCHUPPLI, Unnatural Media

17:00—18:00     SESSION 9 (chaired by: Ella Chmielewska)

  • Ifor Duncan, Mnemonic Hydrography: Drought in the Rivers of Forgetting
  • Corinna Dean, Strata: A Geophotographic Fiction
  • Hasan Cenk Dereli, The Displacement of Memories

18:00—18:15     Break  

18:15—19:30      VIDEO SCREENING: IS THE CITY A LABORATORY? (a project by Anexact Office)

20:00                   OUTDOOR PICNIC



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