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AVLYST Symposium: The Displacement Curriculum - Pedagogy of Collapse
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21. mars 2020 Kl. 12:00
Sted: Bergen Dansesenter
Kategori: Rein Bonus

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The Displacement Curriculum – The Symposium inviterer til transdisiplinær, spekulativ tenkning rundt klimamigrasjoner som en nærliggende og felles horisont for menneskeheten. 

The Displacement Curriculum – The Symposium invites transdisciplinary, speculative thinking around climate migrations as an impending, common horizon of humanity.

 

This symposium is the outcome of the research segment ofpart of the project performance “How to Die - Inopiné” by Mia Habib Productions, led by Namik Mackic. Within this format, an Mia Habib and her entire crew of artists dancers and researchers invite s us to take part in their methodic quest for acting and thinking differently:. 

 

"How to Ddie​ is a practice. Concretely: a practice as Aan interdisciplinary process with artists and researchers who encounter one another over the course of a year, or more, in the form of residencies in Umeå and Oslo and Bergen. What this group has in common is its differences. Each residency practices being together in displacement. Sometimes we move outwards, to meet and question other people who can tell us about where we are standing. Sometimes we move inwards, to sensitize our breath, touch, and voice, to feel out where we are going.” 

 

The symposium event demonstrates methods developed for the project How to Die - Inopiné: specifically, the blend of bodily conditionings and theoretical decenterings of disciplinary knowledge that has shaped this production.

 

“The Displacement Curriculum is not taught; it is shared. It is an invitation to go through something. It can best be understood as a ​body of instruction​, a score to be performed with a group, never alone. For it to work, it needs multiple perceptions. The aim is to provide an experiential framework for learning or ​unl​earning, a framework that is capable of accommodating a variety of practices." 

 

The symposium event demonstrates methods developed for the project How to Die - Inopiné: specifically, the blend of bodily conditionings and theoretical decenterings of disciplinary knowledge that has shaped this production.

 

 The i’Inopiné’ is a concept by the French philosopher Jean-Luc Nancy, ’s concept that framing ‘that of which we can have no opinion because it has not happened yet.’ It is this pursuit of the unthought that has been the guiding principle for the research process, of which the symposium presents a sample. give for learning to approach the future as the unexpected. The title “How to Ddie “– Iinopiné, partly comes fromame out of a 2013 article by Roy Scranton for ’s The New York Times article «Learning How to Die in the Anthropocene» from 2013, written after the hurricane Catarina, in whichwhere the former Iraq war soldier argues that: “the current geological, technological, and climatic global situation has shifted the classic philosophical problem from how to die as individuals to how to die as a civilization”. 

 

 WIn the age of Anthropocene, we cannot prepare for the future as individuals. The whole way of our civilization must change in order for individuals to survive at all. Or as Svetlana Alexievich put it, coming to Chernobyl: «For me the world parted: inside the zone I didn’t feel Belarusian, or Russian, or Ukrainian, but a representative of a biological species that could be destroyed.» 

 

In response, the artists-researchers behind How to Die - Inopiné/The Displacement Curriculum propose:

 

“The challenge is learning how to become attuned and stay open, not continue producing infrastructures with the mindset of control, command, and exploitation that have gotten us to this point in the first place;, how to bring into being forms and structures that enable us to become present within change that is unfolding dynamically; – ​to stay soft and responsive, to listen and absorb, to move and be moved.”

 

The symposium is supported by Fritt Ord.