‘Decolonising the Nuclear’ – Professor Lise Autogena presents at Goldsmiths University public lecture and workshop on 22-23 October 2019

Professor Lise Autogena will be presenting at Decolonising the Nuclear, a public lecture and workshop taking place at Goldsmiths University of London next month. The event, following on from the Nuclear Culture Research Symposium which took place in autumn 2018 is organised by the Nuclear Culture Research Group and supported by supported by the CHASE Doctoral Training Partnership, Critical Ecologies Research Stream, and Mountain of Art […]

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‘Earth Lab: An Investigation of Earth as a Laboratory’ Professor Lise Autogena to speak at colloquium on 30 September 2017

Banner image of Earth Lab - presented by Proving Grounds at University of Westminster

Professor Lise Autogena has been invited to participate in Earth Lab: An Investigation of Earth as a Laboratory, a colloquium bringing together a number of artists, inventors and thinkers who re-imagine the earth, sea and sky from a bottom-up, post-anthropocene position, in a wide-ranging, broad-brushtroke survey of current thinking about Earth as a living laboratory. The speakers will consider the […]

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Professor Lise Autogena to deliver keynote at ‘Agents in the Anthropocene Symposium’ in Rotterdam on 27 January 2017


Professor Lise Autogena and frequent collaborator Joshua Portway will deliver a keynote presentation at the symposium Agents in the Anthropocene: Trans/disciplinary Practices in Art and Design Education Today at the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam on 27 – 28 January 2017. Agents in the Anthropocene Piet Zwart Institute Rotterdam, Netherlands 27 – 28 January 2017 The symposium will explore the […]

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‘Anthropocene Monument’ – Professor Lise Autogena exhibiting at symposium-performance and exhibition in Toulouse

An image of a landfill by the sea, from overhead.

Professor Lise Autogena, Professor of Cross-disciplinary Art, is taking part in the exhibition and symposium-performance Anthropocene Monument at Les Abbatoirs in Toulouse this October. In 2000 Eugene F. Stoermer and Paul Crutzen proposed that we are now not in the Holocene but the ‘Anthropocene’, a new geological epoch in which human beings are the determining geological force. The Anthropocene Working […]

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