- All Hallows Church
- Monday, May 28, 2018
- 1 Pepper Street Southwark London SE1 0EP
“I am not flint or diamond or any of that great hard stuff. If I am stone, I am some kind of shoddy crumbly stuff like sandstone or serpentine, or maybe schist. Or not even stone but clay, or not even clay but mud. And I wish that those who take me for granite would once in a while treat me like mud.” –Ursula K Le Guin
Join an open study group on nonhuman agencies and stony resistance, led by artist Rowan Lear.
Ursula K Le Guin – ‘Being Taken for Granite’
Wave in the Mind (2004)
Jeffrey Jerome Cohen – ‘Love and Strife’
within the chapter ‘Geophilia’ in
Stone: An Ecology of the Inhuman (2015) pp.19-27
Sara Ahmed – ‘Stones Matter’
within the chapter ‘A Call to Arms’ in
Wilful Subjects (2014) pp.185-193
Amelia Groom – ‘A Lichenous Embrace’
On Claude Cahun & Marcel Moore’s ‘I Extend My Arms’
Girls Like Us (September 2017)
Organised by wrkwrkwrk – a feminist study group supporting emerging research and new ways of thinking about media, technology, decoloniality and the body. All study group meetings are free to attend and open to all.
Let us know you’re coming by emailing [email protected] and we’ll send a contact number in case you have trouble finding us!