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Ungrid-able Ecologies: Cultivating the Arts of Attention in a 10,000 Year-Old Happening

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Natasha Myers is an associate professor in the Department of Anthropology at York University, the convenor of the Politics of Evidence Working Group, director of the Plant Studies Collaboratory, a member of Sensorium, and on the editorial board of Catalyst. I work alongside Michelle Murphy as co-organizer of Toronto’s Technoscience Salon, and am co-founder of the Write2Know Project with Max Liboiron. Her ethnographic research examines forms of life in the contemporary arts, sciences and ecologies. Her book, Rendering Life Molecular: Models, Modelers, and Excitable Matter (Duke University Press, 2015) is an ethnography of an interdisciplinary group of scientists who make living substance come to matter at the molecular scale. In new work, she is experimenting with ways to document the affective ecologies that take shape between plants and people, and among plants and their remarkably multi-species affines.

 

Support provided by Estrin Family Lecture Series Fund
Cosponsored by the Institute for Society and Genetics
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Tuesday, May 17, 2016
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Los Angeles, CA, 306 Royce Hall, UCLA

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