Activities/The Speculative Machine III: Hard Evidence: The Visibilities and Invisibilities of a Changing Climate

2019

04 Apr - 01 Jan Event

The Speculative Machine III: Hard Evidence: The Visibilities and Invisibilities of a Changing Climate

The third event in the program series of The Speculative Machine at MOAD, Miami Dade College, Freedom Tower. Dr. Brian J. Soden (Professor at the University of Miami's Rosentiel School for Marine and Atmospheric Science) along with Beka Economopoulos and Jason Jones (co-founders of The Natural History Museum and Not An Alternative, a collective working with the intersecction of art, activism and theory) will discuss the politics that shape visual representations of nature, strategies for presenting scientific fact, and the responsibility of cultural institutions to respond to the climate crisis. 


The Speculative Machine III: Hard Evidence: The Visibilities and Invisibilities of a Changing Climate will be held at Freedom Tower, Miami on 4th April 2019 7pm - 9pm.  


The Corrupt Show and The Speculative Machine is a two-part SUPERFLEX work. While the installation The Corrupt Show is currently on display for the SUPERFLEX solo presentation: We Are All In The Same Boat, The Speculative Machine is activated through different events. 
The Speculative Machine is a event program consisting of workshops, lectures, discussions and other activities based on reflection and debate where experts from different disciplines are invited to participate. There are several core themes including science, economics and arts. The aim is to organize roundtable to generate links to create new projects that transform their immediate contexts, as well as to expose these processes to the public in order to involve and make him a partaker of this monetary speculation mechanism. 


Read more about The Speculative Machine III: Hard Evidence: The Visibilities and Invisibilities of a Changing Climate: http://www.mdcmoad.org/explore/Event.aspx?EventID=94110


Read more about We Are All In The Same Boat: http://www.mdcmoad.org/explore/Exhibit.aspx?EventID=24042

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