Video Archive | Animism (7)

Fire In The Library David Abram And Mark Slouka Part One
Eugenia Butler hosts a discussion titled "The Place of Space" with David Abram and Mark Slouka, discussing how culture has been...
Fire In The Library David Abram And Mark Slouka Part...
David Abram and Mark Slouka discuss how culture has been displaced by technology and media. They reflect on the decline of public...
Fire In The Library David Abram And Mark Slouka Part...
David Abram and Mark Slouka consider the relevance of animism to technology. They discuss how contemporary media culture produces...
Fire In The Library David Abram And Mark Slouka Part...
Eugenia Butler, David Abram, and Mark Slouka discuss technology, media, and the interaction between people and space. Abram...
Fire In The Library David Abram And Mark Slouka Part...
Eugenia Butler, David Abram, Mark Slouka and guests discuss how art helps people disconnect from technology and advertising. The...
Fire In The Library David Abram And Mark Slouka Part Two
Eugenia Butler hosts a symposium titled "The Place of Space" with David Abram and Mark Slouka, discussing how modern society has...
Fire In The Library David Abram And Mark Slouka Part...
The concluding 50 minutes of a conversation with Eugenia Butler, David Abram and Mark Slouka on contemporary culture, technology,...

Fire In The Library David Abram And Mark Slouka Part One

Eugenia Butler hosts a discussion titled “The Place of Space” with David Abram and Mark Slouka, discussing how culture has been displaced by technology and media. David Abram reflects on the relevance of animism to technology, and the loss of feeling embedded in the world. Mark Slouka emphasizes the role of art in helping us to disconnect from technology and advertising, advocating resistance to passive living.

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Fire In The Library David Abram And Mark Slouka Part...
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David Abram and Mark Slouka discuss how culture has been displaced by technology and media. They reflect on the decline of public...
Fire In The Library David Abram And Mark Slouka Part...
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David Abram and Mark Slouka consider the relevance of animism to technology. They discuss how contemporary media culture produces...
Fire In The Library David Abram And Mark Slouka Part...
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Eugenia Butler, David Abram, and Mark Slouka discuss technology, media, and the interaction between people and space. Abram...
Fire In The Library David Abram And Mark Slouka Part...
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Eugenia Butler, David Abram, Mark Slouka and guests discuss how art helps people disconnect from technology and advertising. The...

Fire In The Library David Abram And Mark Slouka Part Two

Eugenia Butler hosts a symposium titled “The Place of Space” with David Abram and Mark Slouka, discussing how modern society has been consumed by technologies and media and consequentially the loss of bodily interaction between people and the surrounding space. David Abram reflects on theories of animism in technology, and the loss of a feeling of being embedded in the world which is present in traditional societies. Mark Slouka emphasizes the role of art in helping us to break away from the tissue of technology and advertising, advocating a kind of resistance to this way of living.

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Fire In The Library David Abram And Mark Slouka Part...
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The concluding 50 minutes of a conversation with Eugenia Butler, David Abram and Mark Slouka on contemporary culture, technology,...

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The concluding 50 minutes of a conversation with Eugenia Butler, David Abram and Mark Slouka on contemporary culture, technology, media and “The Space of Place.” David Abram reflects on the relevance of animism to technology, and the loss of feeling embedded in the world. Mark Slouka emphasizes the role of art in helping us to resist the delusions of technology and advertising.