am Freitag, 3. Februar 2023 um 19:30 Uhr
Extraction regimes, elective affinities, bodily juice analyses, alternative epistemologies of nature: Volume 45 of Schriften zur Verkehrswissenschaft, edited by Ivo Gurschler, Andreas Hofbauer, and Alexander Klose, gathers “necessarily fragmentary advances to think about nature in times of crisis.”
Theorizing turns again to a sphere that, for lack of another term, continues to be called nature. At the same time, nature returns in the form of floods, droughts, and storms in an ever more urgent manner, and people increasingly learn to see themselves as earthlings. Under these circumstances, radical gestures of decentering into terrestrial constellations emerged as new forms of thinking about nature. The volume gathers such advances, which necessarily remain fragmentary in their totality, as four chunks of natural philosophy – thrown onto the earth and into the unknown.
Presentations, projections and audience discussion by and with the authors Salome Rodeck, Tom Turnbull and Daniel Tyradellis, the artist Jenny Michel, the composer Konstantin Schimanowski as well as the editors Andreas L. Hofbauer, Alexander Klose and possible surprise guests.
Followed by Crystal Ball Bar and record music by dj.catastrophé