The Anthropocene Project. An Opening

2013, Jan 10 — 13

Discourse

'Nature as we know it is a concept that belongs to the past. No longer a force separate from and ambivalent to human activity, nature is neither an obstacle nor a harmonious other. Humanity forms nature. Humanity finds itself embedded within the recent geological record.' This is the core premise of the Anthropocene thesis, announcing a paradigm shift in the natural sciences as well as providing new models for culture, politics, and everyday life.

To project

Video – 1:01:11

The Anthropocene Project | An Opening

Keynote by Elizabeth A. Povinelli. Introduction and talk: Ethel Matala de Mazza

Audio – 0:50:38

The Anthropocene Project | An Opening

Sat, Jan 12, 2013 Dialog with Christina von Braun and Paulo Tavares. Introduction: Cecelia Watson

Audio – 0:46:46

The Anthropocene Project | An Opening

Sat, Jan 12, 2013 Keynote by John Tresch. Introduction and discussion: Armen Avanessian

Audio – 0:45:40

The Anthropocene Project | An Opening

Sat, Jan 12, 2013 Dialog with Emma Marris and Erle Ellis. Introduction: Cecelia Watson

Audio – 0:50:41

The Anthropocene Project | An Opening

Sat, Jan 12, 2013 Dialog with Cary Wolfe and Claire Colebrook. Einführung: Cecelia Watson

Audio – 0:56:14

The Anthropocene Project | An Opening

Sat, Jan 12, 2013 Dialog with Akeel Bilgrami and Aldo Haesler. Introduction: Cecelia Watson

Audio – 1:00:21

The Anthropocene Project | An Opening

Fr, Jan 11, 2013 Keynote by Elizabeth A. Povinelli. Introduction: Ethel de Matala Mazza