Worlding Theory: Mapping How Worlds Come to Be

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The 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.
Period29 Jun 2023
Event titleWeaving Worlds: Between Affect and Evidence
Event typeConference
LocationDelft, NetherlandsShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational


  • Worlding
  • philosophy
  • Philosophy of technology
  • Feminism
  • decolonialiality
  • pluriverse