DescriptionThe notion of ‘worlds’ has recent gained much traction, even before the notion of the anthropocene conceptually marked a new point where humans (or a particular set of them) were recognized as a geological force shaping the planet. The paper here center on the notion of “worlding” as a verb, action in itself. With this, I like to arrive at a more immanent, and posthuman notion of (II) worlding — meaning the agency that worlding itself has, and the role architecture as a cultural technics plays within various cosmotechnics. In centrally reframing the idea of architecture as a pluralistic (III) worlding practice, my aim is to sketch a (IIII) worlding theory that allows mapping (IV) how worlds come to be, by attending more closely to the question (V) how worlds world worlds through the spatialization and coupling of difference.
|Period||29 Jun 2023|
|Event title||Weaving Worlds: Between Affect and Evidence|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
- Philosophy of technology
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