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Through which practices are landscapes shared? How is a relationship formed between a human and a landscape? Is there a politics of landscape? As part of "Shared Landscapes" Eva von Redecker (philosopher and writer), Andreas Weber (biologist, philosopher and writer) and Olaf Sanders (professor of Educational Science) talk to Werner Friedrichs (researcher) about these and other questions.
Shared landscapes are landscapes that are commonly shared without being partitioned. They are shared by the fact that communities access the world collectively. This means that nobody is simply in the world, no one just stands in front of or within a landscape. Being in the world, being in the landscape is dependent on collective practices of mapping, distribution, tracing, marking and many others besides. These practices produce a positionality – a positioning in the world derived from relationships – that is also a personality: a persitionality. “Shared Landscapes“ highlights this persitionality. Which position is produced by which landscape? Through which practices are landscapes shared? Which bodies can take possession of which landscapes? Which connections give rise to positions and landscapes? How many landscapes reveal themselves? How is a relationship formed between a human and a landscape? Is there a politics of landscape? Werner Friedrichs will discuss these and other questions with Eva von Redecker, Andreas Weber and Olaf Sanders.
Eva von Redecker – Philosopher, writer
Andreas Weber – Biologist, philosopher, writer
Olaf Sanders – Professor of Educational Science
Werner Friedrichs – Educational Researcher (Moderation)
The panel is funded by the Federal Agency for Civic Education (Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung/bpb).