Talk - Art in the Anthropocene - Feeling through Landscape
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Talk - Art in the Anthropocene - Feeling through Landscape

International Conference in Trinity College Dublin, 7 to 9 June 2019 

The School for Creative Arts and the “Identities in Transformation” Steering Group presents the conference “Art in the Anthropocene” at Trinity College Dublin from Friday 7 June to Sunday 9 June 2019. The conference is being organised in collaboration with the Trinity Centre for Environmental Humanities, and the Science Gallery’s exhibition on PLASTIC. (

Keynote speakers will include Cary Wolfe, author of What is Posthumanism? (2010), Before the Law: Humans and Other Animals in a Biopolitical Frame (2012), and the forthcoming Art and Posthumanism (2019); Una Chaudhury, Director of New York University’s Centre for Experimental Humanities and author of The Stage Lives of Animals: Zooësis and Performance (2017); Anna Tsing (University of California at Santa Cruz and Århus University), author of The Mushroom at the End of the World (2017); Jussi Parikka (Winchester School of Art/University of Southampton), author of A Geology of Media (2015),  The Anthrobscene (2014) and Insect Media (2010); Joanna Zylinska(Goldsmiths College, UL), author of Minimal Ethics for the Anthropocene (2014), Non-human Photography (2017) and The End of Man: A Feminist Counterapocalyse (2017);and Monika Bakke (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznán), author of Bio-transfigurations: Art and Aesthetics of Posthumanism (2010, in Polish).

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Talk -  A Practice-led Inquiry into Collaboration with Landscape
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Talk - A Practice-led Inquiry into Collaboration with Landscape

PhD Transfer Presentation on developing a critical understanding of indeterminacy and what it means to collaborate/create with it through practice-led process work within the expanded field of photography and an engagement with landscape. as well as exploring the agency of indeterminacy through chance based actions within both multiple diverse external-landscapes and interior-spaces, which have been effected by industrial mark-making. 

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