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Ghost Nature (2015)

Caroline Picard

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The predominant cultural tradition prioritises humankind and human culture above all other life forms – a linear, anthropocentric narrative wherein the human appears as the latest, most developed draft of life in a grand opera of consciousness; the opera begins with the origin of a universe that has since continued until now, forward from the darkest beginning of A to an elusive horizon of B: that spot in the distance that shall never be reached. The following exposition reflects notes, quotations, and autobiographical incidents that muddle this mythology. This assemblage of sources composes a constellation without beginning, centre, or end in an effort to enact a more general and omniscient intellectual environment that highlights the longstanding hierarchical expectations inherent in the Western world.
typeresearch exposition
keywordsGhost Nature, Contemporary Art, Curatorial Studies, Exhibition Prosthetics, La Box, Gallery 400, Object Oriented Ontology, New Materialism, Speculative Realism, Global Warming, Bioart, Ecology, Anthropocene, Robert Burnier, Xaviera Simmons, Stephen Lapthisophon, Jeremy Bolen, Heidi Norton, Art Orienté objet, Timothy Morton, Graham Harman, Jane Bennett, The Green Lantern Press, Laurie Palmer, Caroline Picard, Joao Florencio, Nettrice Gaskins, Jamila Woods, Sebastian Alvarez, Irina Botea, Marcus Coates, Every house has a door, Assaf Evron, Carrie Gundersdorf, Institute of Critical Zoologists, Jenny Kendler, Devin King, Stephen Lapthisophon, Milan Metthey, Rebecca Mir Grady, Heidi Norton, Akosua Adoma Owusu, Tessa Siddle, Xaviera Simmons, Ghost Nature, Contemporary Art, Curatorial Studies, Exhibition Prosthetics, La Box, Gallery 400, Object Oriented Ontology, New Materialism, Speculative Realism, Global Warming, Bioart, Ecology, Anthropocene, Robert Burnier, Xaviera Simmons, Stephen Lapthisophon, Jeremy Bolen, Heidi Norton, Art Orienté objet, Timothy Morton, Graham Harman, Jane Bennett, The Green Lantern Press, Laurie Palmer, Caroline Picard, Joao Florencio, Nettrice Gaskins, Jamila Woods, Sebastian Alvarez, Irina Botea, Marcus Coates, Every house has a door, Assaf Evron, Carrie Gundersdorf, Institute of Critical Zoologists, Jenny Kendler, Devin King, Milan Metthey, Rebecca Mir Grady, Akosua Adoma Owusu, Tessa Siddle
date01/01/2015
statuspublished
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/55614/55626
published inJournal for Artistic Research

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