Cycles of Circulation creates new ways of relating to and representing ecologies, and interventions in climate governance processes through creative and scholarly practices. The project examines historical as well as contemporary and speculative relationships at the intersection of political ecology, science and technology studies, and art, design and media as knowledge practices. It is interested in contemplating the entangled metabolisms of organisms and their environments, and instances in which ‘cycles’ are used and abused in ecological, technological and political histories and communications, and in the ramifications of these in public imaginaries.
Jamie Allen as Visiting Scholar at Cambridge

CML researcher Jamie Allen will undertake a visiting scholarship investigating cycles and their circulations with the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge in autumn 2024.

Planetary Ecologies: A Geological Commons?

Special session of Planetary Ecologies, a hybrid discussion group on planetary networks, critical environmentalisms, and intersectional metabolics.

14 November 2023 at 10am
Peter Weibel Research Institute for Digital Cultures (Vienna) & online

Planetary Ecologies

A Discussion Group on Critical Environmentalisms and Intersectional Metabolics.