Wael Al Awar and Anna Tsing: Control and Yield: Living with Feral Ecologies
Ecologies, lecture series, federal
This symposium at Syracuse University and related programming with Toolshed and Basilica Hudson in Hudson, New York will explore the condition of feral ecologies and how we think, act, and live in relation to such spaces, from perspectives of participatory art and design. The event will investigate how to connect theory and practice in order to dwell more ecologically in our communities and on the planet. The keynote speakers will be Anna L. Tsing, a professor of Anthropology at University of California, Santa Cruz, and Wael Al Awar, principal of waiwai design in Abu Dhabi.
In the evening following this midday session, there will be a panel discussion consisting of Syracuse University professors Nina Sharifi, Arnisson Andre Ortega, Sam Van Aken, Yutaka Sho, Susannah Sayler and Edward Morris. These professors will share their work and respond to and discuss the earlier talks along with a live audience.
Awar, Wael Al and Tsing, Anna, "Wael Al Awar and Anna Tsing: Control and Yield: Living with Feral Ecologies" (2022). School of Architecture Lectures Series. 268.
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