INHUMANISM: Narrative Engineering, Finance and Cognition in a State of Collapse
Tue 08 Oct 2019,19:00-21:00
Terence Sharpe will present a two part lecture, one part on his research into humanism as a historical and political category, and analysing what inhumanism can present in terms of narrative engineering, finance and cognition in relation to climate collapse.
The second part will be a conversation with Christine Lariviere who works in digital communications and data work for EIT Climate-KIC, Europe’s leading climate innovation organisation. They will discuss the complexity of climate change mitigation at scale, the importance of financial restructuring/incentivisation and the role of technology in world making through geo-engineering.
Terence Sharpe is an artist and researcher based in Berlin. His work focuses on the nexus between biology, cognition and technology. His current work focuses on inhumanism, narrative engineering and finance in relation to collapse. He has been published through Triple Ampersand Publishing &&& and has presented his work at Trust, Spike Quarterly and Phi Centre Montreal. He is affiliated with the New York based research collective ANON and a member of The New Centre for Research and Practice.
Christine Larivière works with digital communications and data at EIT Climate-KIC, Europe’s leading climate innovation initiative. In her spare time, she dabbles in culture theory and forages plants and fungi.
Trust is a space for platform design and utopian conspiracy.
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