Tagged as: sea change
Dialogues across the seas: the ocean that keeps us apart also joins us. Charting knowledge and practice in the Anthropocene
This publication is about two events on the impact of the climate crisis on the seas and the marine environments: “From the Mediterranean to the Pacific. Dialogues across the seas” (in Cervia, Italy) and “The ocean that keeps us apart also joins us: charting knowledge and practice in the Anthropocene” (at ISEA 2020 “Why Sentience?” in Montreal).
The Climate crisis and the sea rising. The art*science – Art & Climate Change project in Cervia
The Anthropocene imposes a reflection about the time span of the human species and cultures in contrast to that of the individuals, requires a vision extended to a remote future that should be governed knowing that people will not be part of it. This implies a cognitive leap, a different consideration of humanity and its relationship with the “non human” and the environment, intended as a complex dynamic intercourse, towards a further level of awareness in a new pact with the existing. In the An...
See the Sea Change / Vedere il cambiamento del mare
[ITA] L'obiettivo dell’open call è rappresentare l’enorme cambiamento in atto nel pianeta, in particolare del mare e aumentare la consapevolezza sul fenomeno, utilizzando i mezzi artistici. [ENG] The objective of the open call is to represent the enormous change taking place on the planet, in particular of the sea, and to increase public awareness of the phenomenon, using artistic means.