Timothy Morton: I Believe in Coral

Jae Rhim Lee:  Infinity Burial Project

John Palmesino & Ann-Sofi Rönnskog (Territorial Agency): From Cold War to Warm War – Territorial Transformations in the Anthropocene

Timothy Morton, philosopher and author of the “Hyperobjects” and “The Ecological Thought” (Rice University, USA); visual artist and designer Jae Rhim Lee, founder of Infinity Burial Project, developing a unique strain of mushroom to facilitate post-mortem decomposition (Institute of Design, Stanford University, USA); and Territorial Agency—architects and urbanists John Palmesino and Ann-Sofi Rönnskog—co-authors of Anthropocene Observatory project (Architectural Association, UK).

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The lecture will take place at KTU Santaka Valley Conference Hall #1

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December 19 d., 2014 16:00

KTU Santaka Valley (K. Baršausko g. 59)

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