Presentation of Non Living Queerings in Braiding friction

On Wednesday 17th June at 6pm, the first working group of Braiding friction will be presented online. Braiding friction is a cycle of virtual meetings that is part of the Biofriction programme and aims to instigate an informed discussion on the situation arising from Covid-19 and possible scenarios.

Non Living Queerings will be the first of the four working groups to open up to the public the issues they have been working on:

What is the role of art in the unpacking/understanding of the now? How can art mobilise a better understanding of possible futures? How can we understand the long- and short-term (temporal); local and global (spatial); micro- and macro-scales of more-than-human and non/living actants and the processes of the Anthropocene they are involved in (like previously unknown viruses, for example)?

What are the conceptual and material boundaries of living and non-living as well as their potentials and limitations as actants?

What ethical and political response may such an onto-epistemological revision of understandings generate?

Non Living Queerings is formed by Marietta Radomska, Terike Haapoja, Margherita Pevere, Markus Schmidt and Mayra Citalli.

The presentation can be followed by streaming at

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