The seminar begins with three lectures followed by a moderated discussion between seminar participants and the audience. If you like to continue the discussions, our cafe is open for happy hour after the seminar.
Tobias Linné: Researcher within Critical Animal Studies and senior lecturer of Media and Communication Studies at Lund University. Explores critical anthropomorphism as a method for understanding other species.
Christine Ödlund: Artist with a longstanding interest in non-human intelligence and language barriers between plants and humans.
Anna-Karin Borg-Karlson: Professor emerita at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Department of Chemistry. Has headed a group of ecological chemistry researchers, studying how plants and insects interact on a chemical level.
Moderator: Diego Galafassi. Artist and Sustainability Researcher at Lund University. Involved in the research project Art4SDG which examines the role of art-based methods for reaching the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Sensing Nature from Within: Listen to the trees and talk with the flowers
Date: February 27th 2020
Time: 15-18, followed by happy hour in our café.
Language: The talk is held in English.
Cost: Free admission.
Tickets: Limited number of seats. First come, first served.
The programme has been developed in collaboration with the Graduate School Agenda 2030 at Lund University. All events (aside from one performance) take place at Moderna Museet Malmö and are followed by a happy hour in our café. With support from Region Skåne.