03.06.2022
25 MIN
Spanish

Son[i]a #351. Marina Garcés
Deleted scenes

download
timeline
00:01
08:10
09:21
10:49
15:21
20:23
23:28
Son[i]a #351. Marina Garcés

We dig up some unreleased fragments of our conversation with philosopher, writer, and teacher Marina Garcés. We talk about experience transmission vs models, paradoxes, counterpower and learning from each other.

Conversa: Verónica Lahitte, Matías Rossi i Anna Ramos. Edició: Verónica Lahitte. Muntatge sonor: Anna Ramos.
Extra Creative Commons Deleted Scenes education Marina Garcés pedagogy radical pedagogy
related episodes
3 highlights
14.04.2018
53 MIN
Spanish
Son[i]a #257
val flores
more

We shared some mates with val flores as we chatted about queer pedagogy, writing, and microactivism. We touched on teaching practice as political practice, on queer dissidence as a means to activate deheterosexualisng know-how, and on the need to inhabit and write our identities in new ways that break down gender, race, and class boundaries.

see more show less
31.03.2022
114 MIN
Spanish
Son[i]a #350
Jara Rocha
more

Researcher and activist Jara Rocha’s practice is concerned with mediating and mobilising the conditions of meaning production and materials for possibility. Fond of complexity and grounded in a trans*feminist sensibility, they explore the inequalities and stark contrasts in the distribution of the technological. They draw attention to the politics and aesthetics embedded in infrastructures and to how power organises itself, becoming simultaneously visible and inaccessible. A pure exercise in political imagination and situated dissidence that takes us from reproductive technologies to critical pedagogies in formal, non-formal, and informal structures, by way of technocolonialism and turbocapitalism. Without ever taking our eye off the global perspective and our immediate environment: from global care chains to the precarisation, invisibilisation, and offshoring of labour.

see more show less
25.04.2022
78 MIN
Spanish
Son[i]a #351
Marina Garcés
more

We talk with philosopher, writer, and teacher Marina Garcés about education and knowledge, about the future, and about time as raw material. We consider the question of how to appear and think with others in this present moment, which demands our active involvement. We discuss the meeting of unequals, and the possibility of strangeness becoming a link. We also explore the logic of the sinking ship or “every man for himself” and the evolution of the words “disobedience” and “freedom”, which leads Marina to emphasise the importance of forming alliances rather than thinking from the reductionist position of unity. At the same time, she invites us to imagine how to weave together worlds that are falling apart.

see more show less
Son[i]a + listened 1st semester 2022 Creative Commons education Marina Garcés pedagogy radical pedagogy
Son[i]a #351. Marina Garcés Deleted scenes
Extra
0:00
0:00
Son[i]a
Son[i]a #384
0:00
Podcast Title
Title of podcast
Son[i]a #384
0:00
34:58