Zooetics+ Symposium – April 2018

The Zooetics+ Symposium was held on April 27-28, 2018. For more information about the panels, click here.

Organizers:

Gediminas Urbonas (ACT), Nomeda Urbonas (ACT, and Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Viktorija Siaulyte (Jutempus), Kristupas Sabolius (Vilnius University), Laura Knott (ACT), Lars Bang Larsen (Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm), Laura Serejo Genes (ACT).

The Zooetics+ Symposium at MIT is co-produced by Jutempus Interdisciplinary Art Program and MIT Program in Art, Culture & Technology (ACT). Co-presented by the MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST), and sponsored, in addition, by the Office of the Dean of the School of Architecture + Planning, MIT.

 

Friday, April 27
Introduction to Zooetics+

 

Friday, April 27
What Does Ecosystemic Thinking Mean Today?

 

Friday, April 27
Banner Tow Flight by Juan Pérez Agirregoikoa

 

Friday, April 27
Knowledge Production Through Making and Living with Other Species

 

Friday, April 27
The Radical Imagination: Toward Overcoming the Human

 

Saturday, April 28
Artistic Intelligence, Speculation, Prototypes, Fiction. Learning Through Artistic Methods.

 

Saturday, April 28
Creating Indigenous Futures: Indigenous Artists Discuss Their Work in Relationship to Futurity and Creative Reclamation

 

Saturday, April 28
Futures of Symbiotic Assemblages: Multi-naturalism, Monoculture Resistance and “The Permanent Decolonization of Thought”

 

Saturday, April 28
Sympoiesis: New Research, New Pedagogy, and New Publishing in Radical Inter-disciplinarity

 

April 28
Allora and Calzadilla”Chalk”

 

April 28
NODE Projection