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Title Tidalectics : imagining an oceanic worldview through art and science / edited by Stefanie Hessler
Imprint London, England : TBA21-Academy ; Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press, [2018]
book jacket
 Modern History Library  577.7 T558    AVAILABLE    30550100660644
Descript 254 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Note Includes bibliographical references
"Published on occasion of the exhibition Tidalectics at Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary-Augarten, Vienna, June 2-November 19, 2017, curated by Stefanie Hessler, TBA21-Academy."--Colophon
A renaissance for the oceans / Francesca von Habsburg -- Becoming the octopus / Markus Reymann -- Tidalectics : imagining an oceanic worldview through art and science / Stefanie Hessler -- Dream Haiti / Kamau Brathwaite -- Revisiting Tidalectics : Irma/José/Maria 2017 / Elizabeth DeLoughrey -- Our sea of islands / Epeli Hau'ofa -- Lessons for humanity form the ocean of ancestors / Paul D'Arcy -- Reflections from Oceania on indigenous epistemology, the ocean, and sustainability / Cresantia Frances Koya Vaka'uta, Lingikoni Vaka'uta, and Rosiana Lagi -- The Polynesian Rahui and global issues of climate / Tamatoa Bambridge and Stéphanie Leyronas -- The physical and spiritual disincarnation of landscapes under pressure from climate change : historical and global constraints for Pacific Islanders / Guigone Camus -- Orang Suku Laut seascape / Cynthia Chou -- Undersea / Rachel Carson -- The kinship of tides / Elizabeth A. Povinelli -- Solidarities and alliances in times of toxic sovereignties (developed in conversation with Elizabeth A. Povinelli) / Susanne M. Winterling -- Fishes should not be taken from the deep! / Chus Martínez -- Water, a queer archive of feeling / Astrida Neimanis -- Nuclear justice : interview with Tony deBrum and Bill Graham / Nabil Ahmed -- Radio ocean / Stefan Helmreich -- The ocean and transport/the ocean in transport/the ocean as transport; or, Mobilis in Mobili / Philip E. Steinberg -- Sea-level rise and suburbia in reverse / Keller Easterling -- The law of the sea for a new epoch? / Davor Vidas -- From Cale d'étoiles : Coolitude and Chair corail, fragment coolies / Khal Torabully
"Tidalectics presents seminal historical texts alongside new research on one of the world's most important and currently threatened ecosystems--the oceans--by key voices whose work is deeply anchored in the oceanic space. These writers offer perspectives from a diverse range of disciplines, including art, law, geography, oceanography, architecture, anthropology, and Oceanian philosophy."-- Page 4 of cover
Subject Marine ecology
Art and science -- Exhibitions
Marine ecology -- In art -- Exhibitions
Alt Author Hessler, Stefanie, editor
Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary (Foundation)
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