Although we have been working around, through, and with the term “post-anthropocene” for some months now, it still happens regularly that one of us asks: wait, why is our theme “post”-anthropocene again, instead of just “anthropocene”? Although the… Read More
Space, matter, the way that things are assembled together create ways of life. We cannot be separated from our environments. There is a podcast about termites which describes the impossibility of speaking about a single termite. Termites work… Read More
We feel touched and called upon, New data coming out every month; warnings, Changing weather; the 6th summer of the year just went by, Changing moods We feel touched and called upon Let us not ignore but see… Read More
This image was taken by the astronaut William Anders. An earth rise photograph on the first mission to the moon; the Apollo 8 mission. This moment on December 24 1968, was a moment for many of us… Read More
Night of Philosophy is a yearly event that explores a philosophical theme resonating with current architectural discourses. Learning from various disciplines, it connects practitioners and thinkers from within and outside architecture. The 2018/2019 theme is The Post-Anthropocene. You’ll find continuous explorations, thoughts and updates on this page.
Previous themes include:
2017: About [us]: Collective Identity in the Contemporary City
2015: Subjective Aesthetics?