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What should a body of “earthbound” knowledge contain that traverses from the global to the local and back? What forms of knowledge transmission are appropriate and lasting in these trans-scalar conditions and mutual interdependencies? Taking into account issues of access and agency, asymmetrical justice, traditional knowledge forms, and ways of inhabiting the Earth, the project accounts for the varied means of experience and seeks to find a common ground for future scholarship and practice
Contribution to the "Who knows?" handbook
Courses on 4 big topics are proposed as a text with different linked contents, which can be projects/initiatives, essays, texts, sound, video by researchers, artists and activists:
Archiving, consensus building, communicating and sensing. Reflection on knowledge production and transmission, as well as structures of domination are fundamental to the displayed material. There are a lot of resources that resonate with the topics and questions of the SHAKIN project.
|Location||Online + weeklong educational events
|Project runtime||2013 -|
|Institution of affiliation||Haus der Kulturen der Welt
Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
Ce que les arts nous disent de la transformation du monde (What the arts say about world transformations), Revue L’observatoire n°57, la revue des politiques culturelles
Jean-Pierre Saez, Maud Le Floc’h, Camille de Toledo, Bruno Latour, Estelle Zhong Mengual, Marielle Macé, Jean-Philippe Ibos, Lauranne Germond, Thierry Boutonnier, Thierry Dutoit, Olga Kisseleva, Benoit Peeters et François Schuitten
This magazine gives the floor to artists and philosophers focused on climate change and biodiversity in relation to art. They tell us how the world is changing, the main issues and their vision on a new world they are expecting.