[PODCAST] Technology and anthropocene: what response to “negative commons”?
Updated on 06/22/2020 at 11.45 a.m.
The Urban School of Lyon offers a series of lectures entitled "Wednesdays of the Anthropocene", which were given before confinement at the Halles du Faubourg (Lyon 7è) .Rue89Lyon is a partner and publishes as such the guest galleries.es and speakers who continue to exchange information remotely.This week's session focuses on our relationship with technology.
Due to the sanitary measures linked to the coronavirus, it does not take place in the Halles du Faubourg but is available in podcast.
To talk about it, the Lyon Urban School receives Alexandre Monnin, philosopher, teacher-researcher at ESC Clermont-Ferrand, scientific director of Origens Media Lab, digital specialist and expert with the Shift Project.of Science (MSc) "Strategy and Design for the Anthropocene", resulting from a partnership between ESC Clermont and Strate École de design Lyon which opens in September 2020.
He dialogues with Ernesto Oroza, designer and artist who taught at the Polytechnic Institute of Havana, at the ENSCI in Paris.At the start of the 2020 academic year, Ernesto Oroza will be in charge of CyDRe (post-diploma of Esadse), and will be the editorial director of Azimuts, the first French design research journal.He published Objets Réinventés.La Création populaire à Cuba.(2002), then Rikimbili.A study on technological disobedience and some forms of reinvention (2009) with Bozzi Penelope.
> Below, a text by Alexandre Monnin.
Among the factors explaining the advent of what the system sciences-Earth and the social sciences have called the Anthropocene since the early 2000s (namely the geological era in which humanity would have entered, bearing the mark of activities technology, which results in a profound change in living conditions on Earth).
Posted Date: 2020-06-28