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    Thursday, November 15, 2018

    Images Bring Climate Change Horror Home

    Artists will explore climate change with ‘A Night of Philosophy and Ideas’

    Molly Glentzer, November 14, 2018 (Houston Chronicle)

    “…Rice University professor Timothy Morton and performance artist Laurie Anderson will headline “A Night of Philosophy and Ideas” on Jan. 26 in Houston, the oil capital of the world, to highlight the impacts of climate change. The event] has previously been staged in Paris, New York, London and Berlin…[and similar] evenings will take place in more than 100 cities in January as part of La Nuit des idées, a project of the Institut français, Paris…[In Houston, philosophers, musicians, artists and authors from around the world will gather to explore how collective dialogue and cultural insights can prompt environmental action and motivate national and international change…

    Morton will launch the evening with a talk titled, “It’s Not the End of the World. That Was a While Ago.”… Film screenings, readings, dance and art are in the mix to present and debate ideas about ecology, including how environmental concerns intersect with ethics, religion, anthropology and social justice…NASA oceanographer Josh Willis will perform as Climate Elvis, addressing the science of climate change through popular performance… [The will be exhibits by Artist Jae Rhim Lee, Houston-based artist Natasha Bowdoin and] French artist Michel Blazy…[and a screening of the] documentary “Living in the Future’s Past”click here for more

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