Schedule

10:00 – WELCOME


10:15 – PANEL 1

Sintia Issa, University of California, Santa Cruz
Falling is Not Collapsing: Waste Histories and Capitalist Desire in the Realm of Flora

Rachel Kase, Boston University
Preservation and Change in the Seventeenth-Century Dutch Republic: Claes Jansz Visscher’s View of Houtewael

George Philip LeBourdais, Stanford University
Lines in the Ice: Arctic Photographs and the Fantasy of Not Belonging

Connie Zheng, University of California, Berkeley
A Certain Kind of Fluorescence


11:45 – LUNCH BREAK


13:00 – PANEL 2

SG Yeros, University of California, Berkeley
The New Ground: A Visual Manifesto

Kiersten Mounce, University of Delaware
Integration According to Herbst: Mass Production as Nature in Interwar France

Patrick Monte, California College of the Arts
If a Mine Collapses and No One is Around, Does it Make a Sound?


14:10 – COFFEE BREAK


14:20 – PANEL 3

Stephanie Triplett, University of Michigan
Bovine Reproductions: Rosa Bonheur, Anton Braith, and Scientific Cattle Prints, 1848-1880

David Gilbert, Stanford University
Mobilization’s Many Lines: Political Ecology Aesthetics in Indonesia

Zoya Brumberg, University of Texas at Austin
Between Matter and Spirit: The Radical Politics Behind the Future Building of Paolo Soleri’s Arcologies


15:30 – KEYNOTE ADDRESS

T.J. Demos

Professor of the History of Art, University of California, Santa Cruz

Director, Center for Creative Ecologies


16:35 – CLOSING REMARKS