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Convenors: Blake P Kendall (Freie Universitat Berlin HKMW), Pavel Borecký (University of Bern)
Short abstract: In this panel we explore the promise of geopoetics in the realm of visual anthropology and subsequently aim to instigate the formation of a new collaboration / creative collective. How do we create geopoetic films today?
Episode 2 : ¿Y si los árboles pudieran hablar? (What if trees could talk?)
NB : This session will be bi-lingual, with dialogue facilitated in English and Spanish and beyond.
Challenging Colonial Land-Based Narratives and Embracing Ecosystem Wholeness
Author: Latifa Pelletier-Ahmed (ALCLA Native Plants)
The Amazon rainforest and the oak tree at my mother’s garden: an interspecies exploration around narrating interconnectedness
Authors: Gerrit Stollbrock Trujillo (Universidad Externado and Los Andes (Bogota, Colombia))
Terrestrial Subjectivity / Equator Line as a Singularity: Ancestrofuturism at the Alcantara Lauch Center
Author: Fabiane Borges (National Institute for Space Research)
The Earth Stories Collection, or How to End Modernism Once and for All
Author: Grian A. Cutanda (The Earth Stories Collection)
Featured special guest: Benedito Cunha Caravalho (Quilombola, Brazil).
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