Gaïa

2019 – 27th October

Workshop I – Freiburg/Germany
Gaïa – Between Mythology and Cybernetics

In the context of

Farwell to the Outside
A quest for the Terrestrial
14th Sep to 27th Oct 2019
Kunstverein Freiburg

More Information in English
https://genderingmint.pageflow.io/gaia-between-mythology-and-cybernetics
https://genderingmint.pageflow.io/gaia-a-troubling-figure-of-thoughts
More Information in German
https://genderingmint.pageflow.io/gaia-zwischen-mythologie-und-kybernetik
https://genderingmint.pageflow.io/gaia

 

English Version


Guests

Friedrich, Alexander
(University of Darmstadt) is a philosopher and deals with conceptual history and metaphorology, technology and cultural philosophy. Recently he published as a co-editor: Ökologien der Erde. Zur Wissensgeschichte und Aktualität der Gaia-Hypothese.
Handel, Lisa
(GeStiK – Gender Studies, University of Cologne) is a media and cultural scientist. She deals with media philosophy, science and technology research, gender and queer studies.
Lippert, Ingmar
(Museum of Natural History, Leibniz Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Research Berlin / IT University of Copenhagen) is an environmental sociologist, science and technology researcher and deals with, among other things, the relationship between Gaia and governance.
Mariadass, Vasanthi
(Srishti Institute for Art Design and Technology Bangalore, India) is a researcher in Critical Theory and Film Theory. She has accompanied the project De/Globalize by Daniel Fetzner and Martin Dornberg in Bangalore and has written the text Gaiagraphy.
Trinkaus, Stephan
(University of Bielefeld) is a media scientist and gender sociologist. He works on the relationship between relationality and precariousness, sexual difference, psychoanalysis and interculturality in a (neo-)materialistic perspective.
Uehlein, Friedrich
(University of Freiburg, em.) is a philosopher. His research interests are ancient Greek philosophy, philosophy of subjectivity and aesthetics. He is interested in Gaia as a mythological figure.

Diskussion (Bio)Diversity & Gender

Dr. Marion Mangelsdorf (Universität Freiburg, ab 2020 Koordinatorin der
IUFRO 6.08.02 Education, Gender and Forestry)
Dr. Aniela Knoblich (Universität Freiburg)
Moderation: Benjamin Thober und Teresa Ziegler (Nachhaltigkeitsbüro)
im Rahmen einer Ringvorlesung zu Nachhaltigkeit und (Un-)Gerechtigkeit
des Nachhaltigkeitsbüros Freiburg



Links, Literature and Films

Videos



Literature

  • Friedrich, Alexander/Löffler, Petra /Schrape, Niklas & Sprenger, Florian (2018) Ökologien der Erde. Zur Wissensgeschichte und Aktualität der Gaia-Hypothese. meson press eG.
  • Gray, Chris Hables (1995) The Cyborg Handbook. New York & London & New York: Routledge.
  • Haraway, Donna (2003) The Companion Species Manifesto. Dogs, People, and Significant Otherness. Prickly Paradigm Press.
  • ournal #75 – September 2016
  • Haraway, Donna (2016) Tentacular Thinking: Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Chthulucene. In: e-flux, Journal #75.
  • Haraway, Donna (2016) Staying with the Trouble. Frankfurt M./New York: Campus Verlag.
  • Harrasser, Karin (2006) »Donna Haraway: Natur-Kulturen und die Faktizität der Figuration.« In: Stephan Moebius & Dirk Quadflieg (Hrsg.) Kultur.Theorien der Gegenwart. Stuttgart: Springer, 445–462.
  • Hayles, Katherine (1999) How we became posthuman: virtual bodies in cybernetics, literature and informatics. Chicago/London: Chicago University Press.
  • Latour, Bruno/Woolgar, Steve (1986) Laboratory Life. The Construction of Scientific Facts. 2. Aufl., Princeton.
  • Latour, Bruno(1998) Wir sind nie modern gewesen. Versuch einer symmetrischen Anthropologie. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp.
  • Latour, Bruno (2005) Reassembling the Social. An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory; Oxford.
  • Latour, Bruno (2018) [1999] Das terrestrische Manifest. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp.
  • Mangelsdorf, Marion/Pregernig, Michael/Kuni, Verena (2016) »Introduction: (Bio-)Diversity, Gender and Intersectionality«. In: Freiburger Zeitschrift für Geschlechterstudien 22(2): 5–15.
  • Margulis, Lynn/Sagan, Dorion (1993) Geheimnis und Ritual. Die Evolution der menschlichen Sexualität. Berlin: Byblos Verlag.
  • Margulis, Lynn (2016) „Living by Gaia“. In: Jonathan White. Talking on the Water. Conversations Nature & Creativity. Texas: Trinity University Press.
  • Margulis, Lynn (2018) Der symbiotische Planet. Frankfurt am Main: Westend Verlag.
  • Merchant, Carolyn (1990) The Death of Nature: Women, Ecology, and the Scientific Revolution. New York: HarperCollins Publisher.
  • Pitt, David & Samson, Paul R. (1998) The Biosphere and Noosphere Reader: Global Environment, Society and Change. London & New York: Routledge.
  • Saupe, Angelika (1997) »›Leben‹ im Zeitalter der Technoscience. Skizzen über künstliche Natur und technologische Rationalität«. Das Argument 221, 523-532
  • Subramaniam, Banu & Schmitz, Sigrid (2016) »Why We Need Critical Interdisciplinarity: A Dialogue on Feminist Science Technology Studies, Postcolonial Issues, and EcoDiversity«. In: Freiburger Zeitschrift für Geschlechterstudien 22(2): 109–122.
  • Vernadski, Vladimir Iwanowitsch (1998) The Biosphere. New York: Springer Verlag.
  • Weber, Jutta (2003) Umkämpfte Bedeutungen. Frankfurt am Main/New York: Campus.
  • Worthy, Kenneth/Allison, Elizabeth & Bauman, Whitney (2018) After the Death of Nature Carolyn Merchant and the Future of Human-Nature Relations. London & New York: Routledge.
  • Medien Kunst Netz Online-Artikel zu Cyborg Bodies. Das Ende des fortschrittlichen Körpers

Photography: Photography: Amar Kanwar
presentated at Marian Goodman Gallery