Marc Herbst is a researcher at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano. He is co-editor of the Journal of Aesthetics & Protest, holds a PhD from Goldsmiths’ Centre for Cultural Studies and is a research fellow at ProArts and Common in Oakland, California. He is currently editing a book entitled Eco-social Entanglements of an Insurrectionary Communities. His current interests revolve around cultural transformation in light of climate change.
Play in that void. Eco-pedagogy
I am interested in writing about my performance-based pedagogy in relation to the text-based research that more directly signals its politics. This, in order to highlight important practice-based tensions and signal something…
Art and Humanitarian: Looking
These lectures question the related, though sometimes competing, notions of ethics and aesthetics. Certain symbols make it possible to connect these notions. Similarly, a dialogue between distant perspective and field action allows…