Hangover Reading Club #9
Hangover Reading Club > The perception of the invisible in the era of the the "Anthrobscene"
Trafó Gallery's Saturday morning reading group explores fresh theoretical approaches and critical perspectives that provide insight into larger-than-human worlds and belief systems that flow beyond solidified patterns of thinking and doing. The textual gatherings, led by invited curators, artists or theoreticians, often in conjunction with the exhibitions and events at Trafó Gallery, include discussions on posthuman theories, ecofeminism, queer ecologies, hydrofeminism, speculative realism, object-oriented ontology among others.
The next session of the reading group will take place from 11.30 am on 20 November 2021 and will be led by environmental anthropologist Alexandra Czeglédi, researcher of the Environmental Social Science Research Group – ESSRG. In the frameworks of the reading group session, we will discuss the concept of “subnature” that inspired and gave title to the solo exhibition of Anca Benera and Arnold Estefán on show at Trafó Gallery until 5 December 2021 and the texts of Anna Tsing and Jussi Parikka in connection with the artworks on display.
This event will be held in Hungarian.
For the themes and dates of past and future sessions of Hangover Reading Club, follow this link.
The event is supported by the Green Theatre programme, funded by the Ministry of Human Resources' additional support for performing arts organisations.