To coincide with Professor Tim Ingold’s 150th Anniversary Lecture at Aberystwyth University, the Worlds We Want Research Hub and the Centre for Material Thinking host a showcase of outputs arising from hub collaboration and a NERC (Natural Environment Research Council)-funded project ‘Planetary Multi-species Politics in Action’.
All visitors are welcome in the Parry-Williams Building (TFTS) between 12:30-15:00.
Please join us for a light lunch and then explore the exhibits!
Schedule for the day:
- 12:30 – ‘When Earth Speaks’; Interview with Miranda Whall, Parry Williams Foyer
- 12:30-14:00 – Pop-up planetarium presents: ‘A muckscraper’s eye view’ (Jon Moorby/Helen Miles) Parry Williams
- 13:00-14:00 – ‘World at Your Doorstep: A Guided Walk’ (Joe Thurgate, Milja Kurki) Starting from Parry Williams Building at 13.00
- 14:00-15:00 – Cowshed: a screening of work in progress (Kim Knowles) & Sidebodies (Matthew Jarvis), Parry Williams
About the project: ‘Planetary Multispecies Politics in Action’ is a cross-disciplinary collaboration which explores different registers of representing and engaging multispecies realities around us and their local and global politics. The project brings together humanities, politics, arts and science.
Aberystwyth University Researchers: Milja Kurki, Berit Bliesemann de Guevara, Dylan Gwyn Jones, Matt Jarvis, Kim Knowles, Helen Miles, Jon Moorby, Miranda Whall.
Research Associates: Toni Cerkez, James Finnis, Aim King, Joseph Thurgate.
Centre for Alternative Technology: Anna Bullen.