Book list fold #06 on Re-imagining

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Recommended reading fold #06 on Re-imagining

Recommended reading on Re-imagining 2022, image taken from the cover of the book ‘On the Necessity of Gardening, an ABC of art, botany and cultivation’ by Laurie Cluitmans Ed., 2021
Photo credits: SEA Foundation

Dates:
December – March 2022

This recommended reading
list is part of SEA Foundations’
art and sustainability program
in fold #06 on Re-imagining

Find these books in our
library catalogued on Libib.

Library

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.

Please Note
The library and the study room
are located on the first floor.
Unfortunately, there is no access
for disabled persons.

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Publications on Re-imagining

For fold #06 on Re-imagining, we have been inspired by artist, writer and researcher Tessa Zettel and her artistic practice that relates to the fold’s theme: Re-imagining.

Booklist inspired by Tessa Zettel’s practice

Hamilton, J. M, Zettel, T. & Neimanis, A. (2021). Feminist Infrastructure for Better Weathering. Australian Feminist Studies, 36:109, 237-259

Zetttel, T. (2020). Efforts against gravity / prristelyä painovoimaa vastaan. Sydney: Cloudship press.

Povinelli, E. (2016). Geontologies: A Requiem to Late Capitalism. Durham, NC:Duke University Press, p. 79.

Bubandt, N. (2017). Haunted Geologies: Spirits, Stones, and the Necropolitics of the Anthropocene. in Tsing et al (eds.), p. G136.

Pringle, A. (2017). Establishing New Worlds: The Lichens of Petersham. in Tsing et al (eds.). p. G159

Cluitmans, L. (2021). On Necessity of Gardening: an ABC of Art, Botany and Cultivation. Amsterdam: Valiz

Additional reading

Bell, M. (2021) Appleseed. Custom House.

Grisold, T., Kaiser, A., Hafner, J. (2017). Unlearning before creating new knowledge: A cognitive process. HCISS. University of Hawaii. 4614-4623.

Haake, K. (2018). Assumptions We Might Make About the Post-World. Ricochet Editions.

Latour, B. (2018). Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climate Regime. Polity Press.

McKibben, B. (1989). The End of Nature. New York: Random House

Merleau-Ponty, M. (1974) Phenomenology of Perception (1945). London: New York. Routledge.

Papanek, V. (1972). Design for the Real World: Human Ecology and Social Change. Bantam Books.

Rocheleau, D. (1999). Beyond Dueling Determinisms: Toward Complex, Humane, and Just Ecologies. Human Ecology Review. Vol 2, 1999. 116-12.

Kueffer, C & Jill S. (2016). Redesigning Nature: Situating Art and Ecology. Transdiscourse 2: Turbulence and Reconstruction. Berlin; de Gruyter. 121-138.

Previous folds in the programme

Each fold has a separate list with suggested reading.

fold #05 Awakening
August – November 2022
Recommended reading on Awakening (shelved in the library)

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)

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