Agential cuts through Critical Zones on the Kabini River, in the Nile Delta and on the Upper Rhine
An artistic research by Daniel Fetzner and Martin Dornberg
DE\GLOBALIZE is an ethnographic and media ecological stroll about global warming and the CRITICAL ZONE – the skin layer around the globe in which complex interactions involving soil, water, air, and living organisms regulate the natural habitat.
The artistic research is re-negotiating the grammar of space, borders, scale in order to DE/GLOBALIZE the notion of THE GLOBAL. It is thereby focussing on three key questions:
• How to think, medialize, fold and answer* the earth in a de-globalized topology?
• How to think meshworks, alterities, entanglements and relational references in the parasitocene?
• How to narrate critical zonings in transmedial, improvisational, ptolemaic, cuts?
DE\GLOBALIZE consists of three agential cuts through Critical Zones in India (2018), in Egypt and in Germany (2019).
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