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Forelesning

Still from Sarah Pierce, Future Exhibitions, 2010 / Tate Modern Live, Push and Pull, A two-day performance event, 18-19 March 2011. Photo: Tim Brotherton, 2011
Still from Sarah Pierce, Future Exhibitions, 2010 / Tate Modern Live, Push and Pull, A two-day performance event, 18-19 March 2011. Photo: Tim Brotherton, 2011

Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay: Talking about the Ants

Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay will talk about the "Ant Network Theory” that he has developed together with Geoffrey C. Bowker.

Chattopadhyay will discuss how a flexible notion of multiple temporalities can be developed by playing with scales. The long history of science fictional engagement with other planetary creatures, especially insects and non-human beings can serve as a useful entry point into contemporary discussions that challenge us to think past the anthropocentrism of the anthropocene, including the discourses of guardianship and environmental care, to a de-centered and dehumanized future oriented ethics of hybridity.
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Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay works on Science Fiction at the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, University of Oslo. He is also Imaginary College fellow at the Centre for Science and the Imagination, Arizona State University. He is founding co-editor of the book series Studies in Global Genre Fiction (Routledge) and co-editor-in-chief of Fafnir: Nordic Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy Research. He is Principal Investigator of the European Research Council funded project CoFutures: Pathways to Possible Presents, due to start in Spring 2020.
http://bodhisattvac.com

Struktura. Time is a cross-disciplinary initiative for research and practice within the framework of visual arts, media archeology, literature and philosophy. This five-month programme sprawls across virtual online environments and multiple physical venues in Oslo. It consists of exhibitions, film screenings, group readings, public event series and a club night.
https://struktura-time.com/

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Struktura is an independent project initiated and developed by Lesia Vasylchenko.