EVERY THURSDAY; 12 Noon EST | 5PM London (BST) | 6 PM CET (90 MIN)
Meeting ID: 921 4026 2115
The Laboratory for Social Choreography at Duke University, in partnership with the Centre for Social Dreaming:
SOCIAL DREAMING | NEW RELATIONS FOR A TROUBLED CIVILIZATION
‘… it is easier to imagine the end of the world than to imagine the end of capitalism.’ F. Jameson
We are excited to announce a new series of Social Dreaming. 10 weekly Social Dreaming matrices will be devoted to envisioning new ways of ‘being with’: social orders, structures, movements and relations that grow out of making connections between shared dreams. Sessions are open to international participation and will be conducted in English. Dr. Julian Manley (UK), a leading expert in Social Dreaming, will give a short introduction before each matrix. We welcome you to join.
Originally discovered by Gordon Lawrence at the Tavistock Institute in the 1980s, Social Dreaming is now a widely respected practice to cultivate free associations and systemic thinking, so as to create links, find connections, and generate new thoughts.
There is no need to have joined any of the previous sessions. Please extend this invite to friends and colleagues. Join us, listen in, or engage!
LSC focuses on the equitable transformation of social structures and the articulation of new modes of governance through aesthetics. Part of the Kenan Institute of Ethics, supported by FHI, Duke Arts, Duke Dance. Director: Michael Kliën