The Three Ecologies research group at Nottingham Contemporary are holding a series of free reading sessions. Join us at 7pm at Nottingham Contemporary's Meeting Room.
We will be reading together (literally, aloud, and slowly) and discussing 'The Ends of the World' by Deborah Danowski and? Eduardo Viveiros de Castro.
Come along if you don’t have time to read about contemporary ecological thinking, would like to, and want to share reading with others.
We will have copies of the chapter available on the day or message us if you'd like to have it beforehand.
Free. All welcome!
Every third Monday of the month, 7-9pm.
Upcoming sessions in 2019: 21 Jan, 18 Feb, 18 Mar, 15 Apr, 20 May...
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The Three Ecologies is a multidisciplinary ecology research group established in collaboration with the Centre for Critical Theory, University of Nottingham. The group meets every month at Nottingham Contemporary, we not only organise events but also visit different sites and organisations in the city in order to explore its ecological context. The name of the group draws from Félix Guattari, a French psychoanalyst, philosopher and social theorist whose latest work emphasizes the concept of ecology as a tool for analysis and pragmatic proposition for contemporary societies. In his text 'The Three Ecologies' he outlines three ecologies; mental, social and environmental.