Petia Morozov and her spurse colleagues Matthew Friday, Iain Kerr and Paul Bartow return to Ohio University’s School of Art and Design to lead a workshop and talk that rethinks natural-cultural systems relative to coal mining. Southeastern Ohio is a complex landscape of deep mining, forestry, farming and multimodal distribution networks that cross histories and practices of the past century. How we “see” these systems informs how we activate new circuits of collaboration and research. For more information, please visit Ohio University.
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As part of Berwick Research Institute’s Convivial Symposia series, Petia and fellow spurse colleagues Iain Kerr and Brian DeRosia will stage a talk about culture, research practices and collaboration as commentators of an infamous World Cup soccer match. An aggressive rethinking of these terms is performed and woven through tactical measures of one of the greatest global cultural practices. For more information, please visit Berwick Research Institute.
As part of Ohio University’s Earth Month theme, “Bold and Uncensored,” Petia Morozov and fellow spurse member Iain Kerr will lead a symposium called “Entangled Citizens: Doing Political Ecology,” asking: How do we produce new ways of acting ethically in a constantly-changing world when the line is blurred between species, event or territory? This symposium kicks off a 6-week collaborative workshop that includes students and faculty from the Schools of Art and Design, Humanities and Journalism.
In a lecture entitled “Sites of the Cultural Natural,” Petia Morozov will discuss current design and research projects that consider the complex language of linear landscapes, from the Transcontinental Pipeline to the Cuyahoga River. Please drop in if you’re in town. For more information, please visit Philadelphia University’s School of Architecture.
In collaboration with spurse members Iain Kerr and David Jensenius, Petia Morozov will be presenting work from spurse’s current exhibit at Grand Arts called “Deep Time Rapid Time.” This presentation and panel discussion will be GEL’s inaugural event to launch this transdisciplinary program at Parsons, co-led by colleague Brian McGrath of Urban-Interface. For more information, please visit Global Exchange Laboratory at Parsons.