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Slow Time in the Anthropocene

  • ASU Art Museum Project Space 821 North 3rd Street Phoenix, AZ, 85004 United States (map)

Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Time/Shores at ASU Art Museum Project Space, “Slow Time in the Anthropocene” is a symposium hosted by the Laboratory for Critical Technics that explores pre- and post-human geological time in the desert. Workshops on slow time will be run by Angela Ellsworth (ASU School of Art, Museum of Walking) and Paul Harris (Loyola Marymount University), followed by presentations by Carry Wolfe (Rice University), Richard Turner (Chapman University), Paul Harris and Adam Nocek (ASU School of Arts, Media and Engineering, Laboratory for Critical Technics).

Symposium Schedule:

1:30–2:30 p.m.: Angela Ellsworth and the Museum of Walking lead a workshop on slow time and walking (Please RSVP)

3–4 p.m.: Paul Harris leads us through Ignatian spiritual exercises with rocks (Please RSVP)

5–7 p.m.: Presentations and talks by: 
Cary Wolfe, “Time for the Posthuman”
Paul Harris and Richard Turner
Adam Nocek and Laboratory for Critical Technics  

7–8 p.m.: Cocktail Reception 

Please send RSVP for workshops to adam.nocek@asu.edu