SEPT. 25 | THURSDAY
2PM-4PM | WARDROOM
SEASTEADING, AND OTHER FLOATING AUTONOMIES
Office Hours with Tom Looser
Utopic, imaginary, and desperately real, new zones for world-making are with us. This is a chance to consider, playfully, the kinds of creativities (however dangerous) that are now popping up, on land and on sea, in cities and in art—including the real material conditions that are helping this to happen. Stop by for office hours!
TOM LOOSER is Associate Professor of East Asian Studies at NYU. His areas of research include cultural anthropology and Japanese studies; art, architecture and urban form; new media studies and animation; and critical theory. A senior editor for the journal Mechademia, he is the author of Visioning Eternity: Aesthetics, Politics, and History in the Early Modern Noh Theater, and has published articles in a variety of venues including Japan Forum, Mechademia, Shingenjitsu, Journal of Pacific Asia, and Cultural Anthropology.