Jan. 31, 2021

Ep 7: Below the surface - language of maps and nature

Ep 7: Below the surface - language of maps and nature

In this special episode, we interview Soo Ryu, a PhD fellow at the Aarhus School of Architecture. We discuss non-verbal ways of communication, with a focus on the power and limitations of maps to reveal and conceal. We also consider our terrestrial biases and how our worldviews can be constrained by using words like ‘nature’ that reinforce our separation from the world around us. This episode will be showcased at the 2021 Sustainable Living Festival on 17 February, where you can join us in a live discussion about the episode.

http://www.slf.org.au/event/talking-in-this-climate/

Recorded 25 January 2021.

Music, 'Who We Want To Be', by Tom Day: https://www.tomday.me/

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