Monday 2 October 2023, 12.30pm - 2pm
Oxford Martin School
Lunch will be provided. Please sing up via Eventbrite.
A working lunch at the Oxford Martin School, 12.30-2 Monday 2nd October, for all Oxford environmental humanities researchers interested in the role of film and film-making in climate and environmental conversations.
Nina Fischer and Lilli Kuschel will show short excerpts from their films, and lead a discussion on how environmental humanities researchers might work with filmmakers to explore central questions form new angles.
The films are Neighbors by Lilli Kuschel and Cloud Alchemy by Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani. Exploring crows and clouds, new urban communities, cohabitation and more-than-human perspectives – they offer unexpected, thought-provoking and seductive approaches to the daunting questions of our times.
Nina Fischer is Professor for Experimental Film and Media Art at the Berlin University of the Arts, Lilli Kuschel is assistant Professor and Artistic Researcher.
Climate Crisis Thinking in the Humanities and Social Sciences; Environmental Humanities