Call for contributions to an evening of thought-provoking slams

Call for contributions to an evening of thought-provoking slams

Anthropocene Slam Zürich: Preparing a survival kit for an Uncertain environmental future Call for contributions to an evening of thought-provoking slams, live music, bar and food. asics france With guest speaker Kathryn Yusoff, Senior lecturer in Human Geography at the University of London. nike femme solde nike air max 2017 dames Audience: Students and scientists across disciplines, artists, and the general public interested in engaging in a playful way with fundamental questions about the future of our society in a time of limits to growth, climate change and over-exploitation of ecosystems. timberland homme bottes ugg pas cher chaussure adidas femme air jordan xx8 se camo Format of slams: • Slam of open format (spoken text, visuals such as power point (or prezi) slides, show elements), or in other words a ‘creative’ talk of thought-provoking (maybe humorous) content and unusual format. Christian Louboutin Pas Cher nike kyrie 2 • Duration per slam: 10 minutes • Slammers will talk about our pre-collapse society, collapse, and/or post-collapse scenarios: what will happen, who will win, what will remain, what can be done, how can we think about/ imagine environmental collapse or post-collapse differently, hopeful stories or black humour… • Formal requirement: each slammer brings a concrete object (ideally a real object, can also be a representation of an object, person, idea, or concept) around which the slam is organised. The slammer promotes the object to be included in a ‘survival kit for a uncertain environmental future’ • A stage, microphone and beamer will be available • Preferably in English, possible in German Submission: • 0.5-1 page abstract of slam, including description of the...
Grounded Visions: Artistic Research into Environmental Issues

Grounded Visions: Artistic Research into Environmental Issues

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