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Sat, Nov 22, 2014
Key Terms III with Jorg Sieweke, Armin Reller, Sabine Fuss, Moderation: Sabine Höhler
Observing, collecting data, interpreting, monitoring is controlling processes in time and space, usually with the goal of generating knowledge. Hidden behind that is not just the question of what we look at, but how and in what framework. And in general: the awareness that it’s always about an activity. Ideas and perspectives around the monitoring of actions and processes to conclude the Anthropocene Campus.
Part II, public presentation of “Key Terms,” Key Term III “Monitoring.”
With Jörg Sieweke, landscape architect who researches at University of Virginia, and Armin Reller from Wissenschaftszentrum Augsburg, and Sabine Fuss, director, Arbeitsgruppe Ressourcen und internationaler Handel, Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change in Berlin. Discussion led by Sabine Höhler, Environmental Humanities Laboratory, Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.
The Anthropocene Project