Lecture Series: SurViva(l)Artists

CGC Colloquium Summer 2012

In summer 2012 the CGC Colloquium will focus on critical positions and forms of resistance against ongoing economic and ecological exploitation – and on creative approaches fostering cultures of sustainabilty.

The interdisciplinary lecture series "SurViva(l)Artists. Gender, Economy, Ecology" ("ÜberLebensKünstlerInnen. Geschlecht, Ökonomie, Ökologie") features scholars, scientists and curators discussing their research and projects.

Concept: Prof. Dr. Birgit Blättel-Mink & Prof. Dr. Verena Kuni für das
Organization and support: Daniela Müller (CGC)

Further background info & programme: ÜberLebensKünstlerInnen. Geschlecht, Ökonomie, Ökologie

projects: Biotope City Frankfurt, Sustainability

tags: art, art & media, art & science, art & society, biology, biosciences, communication, creativity, cultural education, cultural studies, design, diy, do it yourself, do it yourself cultures, ecology, economy, everyday cultures, everyday technologies, gardens & gardening, gender, gender studies, geography, green, handmade, history of science, image & imagination, (in)visibility, invisibility, knowledge, knowledge cultures, material culture, media, natural sciences, popular culture, representation, science, sociology, sustainability, technology, time, tools, urban cultures, urban research, visibility, visual culture