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How has colonial history marked our relationship with nature? In a two late afternoons program, we gather several disciplines of knowledge to open the photographic archives of contemporary Portuguese history, trying to see them as documents that, simultaneously, reveal traces of multiple ecologies, and are the expression of how colonial history marked nature.
Vibrating in the World will bring us to a reflection of philosopher and journalist Séverine Kodjo-Grandvaux on the requirement contemporary of inhabiting the world in a reinstated way, contradicting the movement imposed by colonialism, that separated us from all things alive. In Colonial Botany, Decolonial Botany we open the dialogue about the epistemological perspectives of past colonial science crossing them with contemporary ways of thought
08 MAR 2022
09 MAR 2022
*with ticket pickup 30 min. before the session starts (subject to room capacity)
It is mandatory to use a mask.
Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union, following ACT - Art, Climate, Transition project
Liliana Coutinho e Margarida de Medeiros
Photo Impulse: O impulso fotográfico: medindo as colónias e os corpos colonizados. O arquivo fotográfico e fílmico das missões portuguesas de geografia e antropologia, ICNOVA – Instituto de Comunicação da Nova.