Recommended reading fold #05 on Awakening
Recommended reading on Awakening 2022
Photo credits: SEA Foundation
August – November 2022
This recommended reading
list is part of SEA Foundations’
art and sustainability program
in fold #05 on Awakening
Find these books in our
library catalogued on Libib.
The library is open for reading
by appointment from 12 – 4 pm
Thursday – Saturday.
The group size is maximised
to 3 persons at the same time.
The library and the study room
are located on the first floor.
Unfortunately, there is no access
for disabled persons.
Publications on Awakening
For fold #05 on Awakening, our ambassador, Brazilian artist Pedro Hurpia, has selected publications that have connections to his artistic practice and to the fold’s theme: Awakening.
Selected reading list
Berardi, Francesco. Futurability: The Age of Impotence and the Horizon of Possibility. Publisher Verso, 2017
Krenak, Ailton. Ideas to Postpone the End of the World. Translated by Anthony Doyle. House of Anansi Press, 2020.
Mancuso, Stefano. Plant Revolution – How Plants Have Already Invented Our Future. Atria Books, 2018.
Valk, Ülo. Sävborg, Daniel. eds. Storied and Supernatural Places – Studies in Spatial and Social Dimensions of Folklore and Sagas. Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura, 2018.
Viveiros de Castro, Eduardo. Danowski, Déborah. The Ends of the World. Polity Press, UK, 2016.
Viveiros de Castro, Eduardo. Cosmological Perspectivism in Amazonia and elsewhere. Four Lectures given in the Department of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge, UK, 1998.
Cadena, Marisol de la, and Mario Blaser, ed. A world of many worlds. Duke University Press, 2018.
Finbog, Liisa-Ravna, ed. Čatnosat: The Sámi Pavillon: Indigenous Art, Knowledge and Sovereignty. Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA), 2022.
Horvat, Srećko. After the apocalypse. Polity, 2021.
Kastner, Jeffrey, ed. Nature. Whitechapel Gallery, 2012.
Spieker, Sven, ed. Destruction. Whitechapel Gallery : The MIT Press, 2017.
Viveiros de Castro, Eduardo. The relative native: essays on indigenous conceptual world. HAU Books, 2015.
Santillan, Oscar, e.a. The Andean Information Age. 2021.
Tsing, Anna Lowenhaupt. The Mushroom at the End of the World: On the Possibility of Life in Capitalist Ruins. New paperback printing, Princeton University Press, 2021.
Previous folds in the programme
Each fold has a separate list with suggested reading.
fold #04 No Hurry
April – July 2022
Recommended reading on No Hurry (shelved in the library)
fold #03 Happiness
November 2021 – March 2022
Recommended reading on Happiness (shelved in the library)
fold #02 Commons
July – October 2021
Recommended reading on Commons (shelved in the library)
fold #01 Empathy
March – June 2021
Recommended reading on Empathy (shelved in the library)