Seminar 13: The Commons and Collective Production

21st April 2010, 15:00 – 17:00. Crookesmoor Building, Seminar Room 5

Open seminar with: Duncan Cook (RCA)

Duncan Cook studied Fine Art (Time-Based Studies) at the University of Wales Institute Cardiff and Photography at postgraduate level at Central Saint Martins School of Art and The Royal College of Art. He has worked as a teacher and lecturer since 1997 in Visual and Media cultures including Fine Art, Film, Photography and Critical and Historical Studies. Recently he has contributed to conferences organised by the Association of Art Historians, Slade School of Art, The Bartlett School of Architecture and Wimbledon College of Art on the politics of spatial practice and contemporary cultural production.

Optional Reading:

Genosko, Gary (2009) ‘Subjectivity, Art and Ecosophy’ in Felix Guattari: A Critical Introduction London and New York: Pluto Press pp.69-88
Harrmann, Anke (2009) ‘Nature-Culture: A Political Collective’ in Harrmann, Anke and Lemke, Harald (eds.) Culture/Nature: Art and Philosophy in the Context of Urban Development Berlin: JOVIS Verlag
Heynan, N, Kaika, Maria and Swyngedouw, Eric (eds.) (2006) ‘Urban Political Ecology: Politicizing the Production of Urban Natures’ in In the Nature of Cities: Urban Political Ecology and the Politics of Urban Metabolism London: Routledge pp.1-20
Murdoch, Jonathan (2006) ‘Post-structuralist Ecologies’ in Post-structuralist Geography: A Guide to Relational Space London: Sage Publications pp.184-199













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