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Exposition Anthropocène Monument

Commissaire Olivier Michelon

Les Abattoirs, Toulouse

Conférence 11-12 octobre

Commissaires Bronislaw Szerszynski & Bruno Latour

Dans le cadre de la Novela 2014


Vendredi 10 octobre, 18h-19h30

18h-18h20 : introduction de Bruno Latour (Anthropologue et Philosophe) sur

l’Anthropocène et les controverses soulevées.

18h20-18h45 : introduction de Bronislaw Szerszynski (Sociologue et Philosophe) sur

l’idée d’un Monument à l’Anthropocène.

- 18h45-19h30 : intervention de Jan Zalasiewicz (géologue, président du groupe de travail sur l’Anthropocène, Commission Internationale de Stratigraphie) : « Stratigraphie de l’Anthropocène ».

- 21h : projection « Une (h)Anthologie visuelle de l’Anthropocène ».

Samedi 11 octobre, 10h-18h

- 10h-10h10 : introduction de la journée par Bruno Latour et Bronislaw Szerszynski.

- 10h10-11h10 : visite libre de l’exposition « Anthropocène Monument » avec présentation des œuvres-monuments par les artistes présents.

11h10-11h15 : transition retour dans l’auditorium

- 11h15-12h : intervention de Christophe Bonneuil (Historien) : « Quatre histoires pour l’Anthropocène »

- 12h-12h45 : conversation entre Armin Linke (Photographe et cinéaste), John Palmesino et Ann-Sofi Rönnskog (Architectes et urbanistes) : « l’Observatoire de l’Anthropocène»

12h45-14h15 : pause déjeuner.

- 14h15-15h : intervention de Pierre Chabard (Architecte, historien et critique d’architecture) :

« Architecture de l'inquiétude: topologie de l’Anthropocène ».

- 15h-15h45 : conversation entre Adam Lowe (Artiste) et Frédérique Ait Touati (Metteur en scène et Chercheur) : « Terra-forming: Engineering the Sublime ».

- 15h45-16h30 : intervention de Fabien Giraud (artiste) : « Au-delà du principe de quarantaine : la strate et le diagramme ».

16h30-16h45 : pause.

- 16h45-17h30 : conversation entre Ian Baxter& (Artiste) et Nigel Clark (Géographe et géophilosophe) : en attente titre.

- 17h30-18h : échanges avec les intervenants de la journée et conclusion.

- 21h : Live de Christian Fennesz.

Dimanche 12 octobre, 10h-18h

- 10h-10h15 : introduction de la journée par Bruno Latour et Bronislaw Szerszynski.

- 10h15-11h : intervention d’Emilie Hache (Philosophe) : « Retour sur Terre ».

11h-11h15 : pause

- 11h15-12h : intervention de Lise Autogena et Joshua Portway (Artistes) : « Untitled (superorganism) ».

- 12h-12h45 : intervention de Jerry Brotton (Historien): “Nouvelles du monde”.

12h45-14h15 : pause déjeuner.

- 14h15-15h : intervention de Catherine Jeandel (Chercheur) : « L’océan de l’Anthropocène ».

- 15h-15h45 : conversation entre Tomas Saraceno (Artiste) et Bronislaw Szerszynski (Sociologue et Philosophe) : title ??

- 15h45-16h30 : conversation entre Yesenia Thibault-Picazo (Artiste) et Alain Podaire (Chercheur) : « Projections océaniques - Les traceurs et marqueurs de l’Anthropocène ».

16h30-16h45 : pause.

- 16h45-17h15 : échanges avec les intervenants de la journée.

- 17h15-17h45 : discussion avec le public animée par Jan Zalasiewicz (géologue, président du groupe de travail sur l’Anthropocène, Commission Internationale de Stratigraphie) : « Quel monument pour l’Anthropocène ? ».

- 17h45-18h : performance de Bronislaw Szerszynski (Sociologue et Philosophe) :

« Onomatophore de l’Anthropocène ».

L’ensemble du colloque-performance se déroule dans l’auditorium des Abattoirs (mise à part la visite du samedi 1Oh10 qui aura lieu dans les espaces d’exposition des Abattoirs).

Résumés des interventions et conversations Intervention de Jan Zalasiewicz (géologue, président du groupe de travail sur •

l’Anthropocène, Commission Internationale de Stratigraphie) :

Stratigraphy of the Anthropocene Are we living at the dawn of an Anthropocene Epoch - an interval of geological time dominated by human influence? The term, proposed little more than a decade ago by Paul Crutzen, the Nobel Prize-winning atmospheric chemist, has since been widely used – and sharply debated. Its analysis as a potential new unit of the Geological Time Scale translates historical and environmental change into geology, or more precisely into stratigraphy: the urban stratum symbolizes human-driven lithostratigraphy, as do species extinctions/invasions for biostratigraphy, and perturbations of the carbon, phosphorus and nitrogen cycles for chemostratigraphy.

Integration of the many such signals may reveal the Anthropocene’s inception.

Intervention de Christophe Bonneuil (Historien): •

Four stories of the Anthropocene:

A political philosopher has recently argued that « the planet does not care about the stories that humans tell; it responds to what humans do, and is changing irreversibly as a result ». This communication will argue that stories do matter. In the same way as the stories (about Nature as external and purposeless, about the world as resource, about human agency as incommensurable to the Earth temporality, about progress and freedom as an escape from nature’s determinations and limits, about facts and values, about technology and forces of production as quasi autonomous prime movers, about money, market and capital, etc.) that the industrial Moderns told themselves did matter as cultural conditions for their shifting the whole Earth into the Anthropocene, the kind of stories we tell ourselves about the Anthropocene will shape the kind of future geo-histories we might live in. I will examine four grand narratives of the Anthropocene, i) the standard/naturalist narrative, ii) a post-nature neomodernist narrative, iii) a Medean or catastrophist narrative, and iv) an eco-marxist narrative, each calling for different kinds of monument.

Conversation entre Armin Linke (Photographe et cinéaste), John Palmesino et Ann

Sofi Rönnskog (Architectes et urbanistes) :

Anthropocene Observatory A new geological epoch, defined by the actions of humans, the Anthropocene, is now being widely debated and articulated. This thesis is developing across a number of circuits, institutions, organizations, scientific and intellectual fields. Operating as an observatory, a composition of documentary practices and discourses, the project traces the formation of the Anthropocene thesis. Combining film, photography, documentation, interviews, spatial analysis and fieldwork, the project develops over 2013 and 2014 to form an archive and a series of installations, seminars, debates and cultural interventions.

Across a number of specific international agencies and organisations, information about scientific research is acquired, registered, evaluated, processed, stored, archived, organised and re-distributed. These behind-the-scenes processes and practices, that lead to the equally complex decision making procedures, form new discourses and figures of shift. The Anthropocene Observatory documents these practices in a series of short films, interviews and documentary materials: aim of the project is to illustrate in detail the unfolding of the thesis of the Anthropocene in its many streams of influence.

A project by photographer and film-maker Armin Linke, architects and urbanists John Palmesino and Ann-Sofi Rönnskog (Territorial Agency), and curator Anselm Franke. The project is commissioned by Haus der Kulturen der Welt HKW, Berlin.

Intervention de Pierre Chabard (Architecte, historien et critique d’architecture) :

• Architecture de l'inquiétude: topologie de l’Anthropocène La notion d’Anthropocène et les questions qu’elle nous impose redessinent notre rapport au temps et à l’espace. Comme tous les autres domaines de la pensée et de l’action, l’architecture, dont la culture est enracinée dans les temps modernes, ne peut être qu’affectée par cette nouvelle « condition d’existence ». Parcourant l’histoire de l’architecture, nous analyserons quelques moments de conjonction entre formes d’édification et formes de représentation du monde. A travers ces exemples, nous mettrons quelques archétypes spatiaux (le globe, la cabane, le labyrinthe, le théâtre, etc.) à l’épreuve de la problématique anthropocénique afin d’envisager ses implications topologiques et architecturales.

Conversation entre Adam Lowe (Artiste) et Frédérique Ait Touati (Metteur en scène et •

chercheur) :

Terra-forming: Engineering the Sublime Frédérique Ait-Touati and Adam Lowe will talk surrounded by a relief map of the lithosphere; a cartographic response to the advent of the Anthropocene.

Terra-forming: Engineering the Sublime is intentionally active as an object. It does not propose to just re-present our environment: rather, it insists on engaging with the processes through which it is performed and made. The world is after all both a subject and an object, though one that we can never fully know in our endless act of mapping its contours and projecting its surfaces. Lowe and Brotton have proposed a cluster of projections as a way of engaging with the earth from different points of view. Each projection shows how, over time, the choices of particular worldviews are defined by specific social, cultural, political and ideological interests and beliefs. Their chosen model is a land-centred (or ‘terra-centric’) projection with a deliberately exaggerated vertical axis that dramatises the rhythms of the deluge and the uncanny features of an unrecognisably waterless world. This is the theatre of the world onto which many poetic acts can be projected. The relationships between the lithosphere, biosphere, atmosphere, stratosphere and many other spheres are delicate, dynamic, inter-related and currently beyond the understanding of the ethnosphere.

Intervention de Fabien Giraud (Artiste) :

• Au-delà du principe de quarantaine : la strate et le diagramme On imagine assez mal l'inauguration d'un monument aux morts en pleine guerre de tranchées. En tant qu'objet de mémoire, il doit être séparé des événements dont il témoigne. Par cette mise à distance fondationnelle, il instaure un espace d'exclusion au sein du monde : tout monument est une quarantaine.

L'anthropocène, par l'intrication de nos actions avec le sol dont elles émergent, nie la possibilité même d'un tel écart. Le paradoxe d'un monument à l'anthropocène nécessite donc la reconfiguration complète du rapport entre gestes et espace.

En explorant les concepts de diagramme (espace des gestes de connaissance) et de strate (espace des processus géomorphologiques), il s'agit ici de considérer l'anthropocène comme une opportunité pour la pensée : non pas la mise en crise de ce que nous étions mais la possibilité d'une émancipation vers ce que nous pourrions être.

Conversation entre Ian Baxter& (Artiste) et Nigel Clark (Géographe et géo-philosophe) :

• ! en attente présentation

Intervention d’Emilie Hache (Philosophe) :

• Retour sur Terre Dans une nouvelle de science-fiction datant de 1955, Marion Z. Bradley raconte l'histoire du retour sur Terre d'un groupe d'astronautes envoyé dans l'espace pour coloniser une autre planète, ou plutôt de leurs descendants, 4 générations après, très excités à l'idée de 'rentrer' et de découvrir cette Terre patrie. Si ce qu'ils y trouvent est très loin de notre propre situation, ce récit d'un retour sur Terre communique avec l'expérience collective que nous sommes en train de faire : qu'il n'y a pas d'autres planètes à coloniser, et qu'il nous faut re-apprendre ce que veut dire penser/agir/connaitre/imaginer ou encore habiter sur Terre.

Intervention de Lise Autogena et Joshua Portway (Artistes) :•

Untitled (superorganism) :

The aftermath of an ant mill.

A fragile monument, it will blow away with the first wind.

In an ant mill hundreds of thousands of ants walk in a circle, a ceremonial procession, until overcome by exhaustion and, eventually, death. It’s hypothesised that this behaviour is simply a quirk of evolution, a flaw in the ingenious system of pheromones that govern the complex social behaviours and hierarchy of the colony. But who knows, perhaps they choose this ritual suicide; perhaps this is their stonehenge.

Intervention de Jerry Brotton (Historien):•

News of the world :

Abstract: At a time when the online industry is locked in a battle over dominance of virtual geospatial applications and terra-forming shapes practice and debate across the social sciences, this talk will situate the current ‘map wars’ within a wider historical and cultural context of globalisation and the Anthropocene. Ranging from the Greeks to Google Earth, it examines how the subject of these concepts, namely the globe, has been mapped over time, and what this means for our current understanding of the waning of a global affect within the field of geography. We now understand that far from being purely scientific objects, world maps are unavoidably partial and subjective, intimately bound up with the systems of power, authority and creativity of particular moments and places. But if the paper map is a subjective thing of the past, then what of the map’s future, and how will we map our anthropocentric world? The talk will conclude by offering one artistic response to this question in the shape of the ‘flooded world map’, an installation on which Brotton has collaborated with Factum Arte and Adam Lowe.

Intervention de Catherine Jeandel (Chercheur) :•

L’océan de l’Anthropocène L’océan, qui donne à notre planète sa couleur bleue, subit de plein fouet la pression anthropique.

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