Featured guest for the next “Artist talk and soup” series is Kei Kreutler. Welcome to this very inspiring participatory talk!
12 December 2015 @ 19:00
Schillerpromenade 4, 12049 Berlin
The Anthropocene has taken hold as a concept in contemporary discourse, a concept which posits the Anthropos, the human and its technology, as the primary accelerating force in ecological change and crisis.
While the term intends to codify the vast extent to which humans destroying the planet, many believe it sublimates fundamental points: our technical categorizations are always political first; and We, whatever we are, are not at their center. Some others try to speak of something else not-yet-finished, the abyssal, generative and destructive Chthulucene. Drawing from microbiology, cultural productions of “global scale,” and staying with that which sits beside, inside, above or below us, this Deep Listening Lecture will introduce work by those thinking within the Chthulucene concept and move toward ways to think less human terrain.
Sound Archives. Guided Sessions. Please Bring Examples.
Participants are asked to RSVP at call [at] cthulhucene [dot] net.
Kei Kreutler is a researcher, developer and sometimes-artist interested in supporting applied autonomy and practices for distributed communities. She currently works on @unMonastery, @OSObservatory, secondfoundation.systems, and @TransforMap. www.keikreutler.cc