Baroque Practices for a Post-Natural History // Gail Davies and Rich Pell
June 2 2014
As intellectual critiques of ‘nature’ gather pace and ideas of nature multiply across the social sciences, humanities and scientific practice, the question of how to relate these conversations to the common places and public cultures nurturing attachments to multiple natures becomes pressing. This seminar brings together a geographer and an artist reflecting on the creation and distribution of affective intensities and interruptions, as these post genomic natures and post natural histories become enmeshed in the creative and sensual practices of science, art and everyday life.
An introductory video for the Center on Post-Natural History can be found here.