Seeing The Display: Environmentalism’s Ideological Habitat


“With Peder Anker, Fred Turner, and Jodi Dean. Moderated by Astra Taylor.
In the contemporary age we’re seeing the disappearing habitat of public institutions, and the invasive species of networked digital communication or as Fred Turner puts it in the context of exhibitions, “the democratic surround”, as a particular mode of display. Against a backdrop of economic and environmental disruption, what kind of communicative, visual, and discursive habitats are disappearing, and what kinds are appearing in its place?
This panel looks at the ways the media environment– exhibitions, design and communication systems– influences how we see what is natural in the autopoietic habitats of the contemporary.”

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One Response to Seeing The Display: Environmentalism’s Ideological Habitat

  1. dmf says:

    Reblogged this on synthetic zero.

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