Working with the notion of the unknown we will follow personal to collective planetary questions, f.e. climate change. From the classically feminist question of the „personal is political“, we will start to open up the scale to the „personal is geological“ (1) and even further to space (2). From current techniques of planet imagery to taxonomy of wild flowers in the area of Hildesheim as a starting point, we will work together with plants, objects, sounds, photography or painting to find out traces linking local to global narratives and experiment between facts & fiction. This practice-based class will lead to a presentation in form of an exhibition, an action or interventions in public space.
(1) Anthropocene Feminism, Colebrook, p. 2
(2) also see the term „OFF-CENTER“ Anthropocene Feminism, Braidotti, p.26
Lizza May David’s multidisciplinary practices involves autobiographical narratives relating to identity, memory, knowledge and its loss in a personal and collective sense. Responding and resonating to these through mark making on canvas allows her furthermore to question how ideologies run through our bodies, influencing human/nonhuman relations, materialities, and indexical affinities. David studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg and University of Arts Berlin, Germany.
Seminarsprache ist Deutsch und Englisch.