Shadow trace to shadow mappings:
an affective modality for critical aesthetics in the Anthropocene-in-the-making.
“This project is a continuing trace of finding, naming, visualising, mapping, and sounding 122 shadow places of the tropical port place of Townsville, Australia. The research trace began in 2011. A once invisible and unknown network of material-capital interconnections, mineral mobilities and ecological interrelatedness is disclosed and described. New embodied stories are emerging” (Boscacci 2016).
Extract from my roundtable presentation at:
GLOBAL ECOLOGIES – LOCAL IMPACTS
The Sixth Biennial Conference of the Association for the Study of Literature, Environment & Culture, Australia & New Zealand (ASLEC-ANZ) in collaboration with the Sydney Environment Institute (SEI). University of Sydney, 23 – 25 November 2016.
Extract of Program