- 10th November, 6 p.m. (Tuesday)
- Event will be held online on Facebook Muzeum Pana Tadeusza in two languages: English and Polish
On Tuesday 10th November at 6 p.m., the Pan Tadeusz Museum invites you for a presentation by Borbála Soós in dialogue with Post Brothers, the first event in a series of dialogs with Post Brothers.
As part of the film program ‘Hands up!’ Rebellion in V4 cinema the Pan Tadeusz Museum presents a series of public dialogues addressing the precarious social, ecological, and political conditions of community and cultural production today.
The first dialogue of seriers features Borbála Soós, a London-based Hungarian curator and researcher whose practice responds to, disrupts, and enriches environmental thinking and related social and political urgencies. In this event, Soós will share her recent research into practices of ‘rewilding’, an ecological practice that seeks to undo anthropocentric environmental transformation by means of reestablishing rich multi-species entanglements. Rewilding can also be understood in an expanded social, political and activist sense, with the potential to help recuperate the voices of the erased, including the subjugated and oppressed, the indigenous and endemic, the human and non-human. The place ‘where wild things are’ represents the anti-hegemonic, where disorder and disobedience interrupt neat narratives, and where new kinds of structures can arise.
In her discussion with Post Brothers, Soós will situate this practice within her long-standing interdisciplinary work concerning biopolitics, the commons, systems dynamics, climate activism, and queer theory, and will explore the wild as a place where radical freedoms and creative practices can catalyze inventive responses to the ecological, social, and political urgency of the climate crisis.
Curatorial assistance: Ewa Tatar
The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.