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Salon for a speculative future

Aigner, U., Allen, F., Ashton, E., Berthon-Moine, I., Biagioli, M., Biswas, S., Bodman, S., Bolland, E., Borra, C. E., Brinkmann, S., Carr, A. J., Cattle, R., Chan, S., Chevska, M., Coleman, K., Collins, S., Cooke, K., Cottell, F., Cowan, J., Creamer, A.-M. , Cuddihy, M., Davies, E., Farhid, N., Finlay, S., Garfield, R. ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4747-4150, Gertler, A., Godfrey-Isaacs, L., Greenan, A., Hällsten, J., O’Neill, M. R., Haukka, M., Hodge, S., Johanknecht, S., Kivland, S., Lloyd, L., Ludwig, K., Maclennan, R., Malacart, L., Manchot, M., Mariscal, C., Meynell, K., Mitchell, J., Mitrentse, C., Mooney, S., Mullaney, M., Novaczek, R., Oechsler, M., Olsen, R., Parker, J., Parris, J., Paz, A., Peppé, H., Robertson, H., Ruggaber, K., Schwartz, L., Scott, R., Sear, H., Séraphin, L., Sherbany, A., Siderfin, N., Skelton, P., Smith, R., Spindler, S., Steed, C., Stockham, J., Taylor, D., Thompson, M., Throp, M., Thyes, M., Sutherland, R. V., Von Heyl, M., Voorsanger, J., Westerman, J., Wood, S. and Wright, E. (2020) Salon for a speculative future. [Image]

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Abstract/Summary

The Salon for a Speculative Future was inaugurated in March 2019 in celebration of Women’s History Month, as a platform for cross-generational and cross-disciplinary exchange. Reflecting on the current political and economic global situation, in particular the exponential acceleration of a technology-driven platform capitalism, many women advocate positive change for an ecologically sustainable and humane future. In The Left Hand of Darkness, Ursula K. Le Guin argues that science fiction does not simply extrapolate from the present to predict the future—instead, the fiction writer engages in thought-experiments where ideas and intuition move within the confines set by the experiment. This book hosts imaginative thinking by seventy-five women artists, sharing their influences, inspired by women’s contributions to diverse fields, from art, education, and science to political activism. Salon for a Speculative Future honours and shares insights and experimental thinking towards a positive future.

Item Type:Image
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Arts and Communication Design > Art > Fine Art
ID Code:95731
Uncontrolled Keywords:feminism, Wollstonecraft, Nochlin, art writing, neologism
Publisher:MA BIBLIOTHÈQUE
Publisher Statement:The 'Salon for a Speculative Future' was inaugurated in March 2019 in celebration of Women’s History Month, as a platform for cross-generational and cross-disciplinary exchange. Reflecting on the current political and economic global situation, in particular the exponential acceleration of a technology-driven platform capitalism, many women advocate positive change for an ecologically sustainable and humane future. In 'The Left Hand of Darkness', Ursula K. Le Guin argues that science fiction does not simply extrapolate from the present to predict the future—instead, the fiction writer engages in thought-experiments where ideas and intuition move within the confines set by the experiment. This book hosts imaginative thinking by seventy-five women artists, sharing their influences, inspired by women’s contributions to diverse fields, from art, education, and science to political activism. 'Salon for a Speculative Future' honours and shares insights and experimental thinking towards a positive future.

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