Nature is not natural and can never be naturalized — Graham Harman

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Talks Thus Far This Year

I promise promise promise I'll get on uploading the documentation for these. I've been so terribly busy with all kinds of tasks.

“The Parliament of Things,” dialogue with Olafur Eliasson, Leeum, Seoul, September 28.
“Where Are All the Megacities?” Future Cities conference, Singapore, September 14.
“Rock Your Body,” Rock/Body Symposium, University of Exeter, September 9.
“Nature Isn’t Real,” at Aleppo, Nature, Brussels, September 6.
“The Halting Problem,” Arctic Encounters / Dark Ecology Tour, Tromsø, Norway, June 15.
“Dark Ecological Chocolate,” Dark Ecology Tour, Kirkenes, Norway, June 10.
“Agriculture Is Exploding,” Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut, June 4.
Roundtable, “Music, Art, and Machine Intelligence,” Google, San Francisco, June 1.
“Solidarity with Nonhuman People,” York University, Toronto, May 19.
“Omaobamaoldsmobile,” dialogue with Haim Steinbach, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, May 7.
“Bugging Marx,” Cultures of Energy, Rice University, April 23.
“Haunted Houses,” SCI_Arc (Los Angeles), March 14.
“Philosophy is Design is Philosophy,” SCI_Arc (Los Angeles), March 10.
“From Hyperlocal to Hyperobject: Art, Ecology, and OOO,” Marfa Dialogues, Fotofest Biennial, March 26.
“Résistances,” participant and presentation, Paris, February 25–28.
“When Frogs will Cross the Street You've Designed,” Façoner l' Avenir, Paris, February 8.
“X-Existence,” College of William and Mary, January 28.
“Art Objects,” Seminar, Glassell School, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, January 19.
“And You May Find Yourself Living in an Age of Mass Extinction,” ISCP, New York, January 12.

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