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弱化人類世視:一個加拿大廢礦井的怪奇案例

2023-05-03 - 2023-08-31

Undermining the Anthropo(s)cene: The curious case of an abandoned mine in the Ottawa area

弱化人類世/視:一個加拿大廢礦井的怪奇案例

(演講以英文進行,即時中文字幕翻譯,實體與線上同步進行)

Wednesday, May 24, 2023, 16:00~18:00 NYCU HK 120

日期:112年5月24日(三),時間:16:00~18:00,

地點:陽明交通大學客家文化學院HK120教室

(地址:新竹縣竹北市六家五路1段1號)

講者:David Jaclin

Associate Professor, University of Ottawa School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies

渥太華大學社會學暨人類學學院副教授

Discussant 與談人:

Chun-Yi Ho 何俊頤

Research Scholar

National Taiwan University Graduate Institute of National Development

台灣大學國家發展研究所研究員

Moderator 主持人

Jeffrey Nicolaisen 倪杰

Postdoctoral Fellow

National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University Department of Humanities and Social Sciences

陽明交大客家學院人文社會學系研究員

Abstract:

For 4 years, the HumAnimaLab has been working in the Gatineau Park, a conservation area located on the edge of the Canadian capital, Ottawa. In this park lays an old mine, abandoned and flooded, once dug with pickaxes on unceeded indigenous territory. A mine that embodied the extractivist program of a then-young country. Following ancient crumbling tunnels now filled with an intriguing mix of rain and ground water, a team of technical divers carried out several deepwater samplings while breaking a world record of cold-water diving at 600 feet. These valued samples were then analyzed by a Montrealbased team of microbiologists, who detected new and promising forms of life. Since 2019, we have been documenting this long and perilous process of extraction / revelation in order to produce an ethnography particularly attentive to processes of (in)visibilizations - of the flooded depths to be mapped out, of their microorganisms habitants to be ‘discovered’, but also of forgotten miners to be remembered. By concentrating on the holographic activities that allow the emergence of new forms of life (at the same time as the disappearing of old ones), we explore some avenues to undermine this now infamous anthropo(s)cene.

演講摘要:

在加拿大渥太華市周邊的加蒂諾國家公園(Gatineau Park)裡,有一口位於原住民傳統領域、由人工徒手挖掘,如今則已廢棄並遭淹沒的舊礦場。近年來,一個技術潛水團隊多次沿著這個礦場老舊且崩壞中、混合著雨水與地下水的隧道井,進行了幾次深度達地下183公尺的採樣工作,打破了寒冷水域潛水的世界紀錄。而他們所取出的深層水樣品,隨後由位於蒙特婁的微生物學團隊分析,發現了其中有全新的生命形式。2019年起,我所屬的人動研究室(HumAnimaLab)持續記錄著這個長期且危險的提取與發現的過程,藉此發展一個關注「(不)可視化過程」的民族誌:包括如何重現已遭淹沒的地下礦場、如何「發現」微生物的棲地,也包括如何重新記憶那些已經被遺忘的礦工們。藉由聚焦於「全像3D攝影技術」如何讓新的生命形式得以浮現(同時也汰除了舊的生命形式),本研究也嘗試思索與探索,什麼是可弱化人類世以及人類對地球負面影響的路徑。

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