Critical Ecology on Film
Critical Ecology on Film is an online film screening and conversation series taking place Thursdays at 1pm throughout the month of April 2021. Through the work of four international artists/artist collectives, the program will expose and tackle questions regarding ecological crises in relation to climate change, inter-species communication, nuclear power, and privatization of the commons.
Filmmakers include Dr. Yarimar Bonilla, Dominique Knowles, Lisa Rave and Erik Blinderman, and Apichatpong Weerasethakul. Weissman speakers include professors Rojo Robles Mejias, David Gruber, Alison Griffiths, and Alaina Claire Feldman.
Nicolás Guagnini: Theatre of the Self
With texts by Alaina Claire Feldman, Aimé Iglesias Lukin, David Joselit, Karin Schneider, Dessane Lopez Cassell, Ei Arakawa, Pamela M. Lee, and Aura Rosenberg
Designed by Geoff Kaplan/General Working Group
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