Bruce Sterling keynote from Art and Environment conference


6 Responses to “Bruce Sterling keynote from Art and Environment conference”

  1. Gunn says:

    Wow. From hi-there-all-you-nice-folks to death, domesticating fire ants, and the meaning of Huckleberry Finn, in 28 minutes. Once again, it’s worth watching Bruce chew tobacco and spit, then wind up and pitch dozens of fastballs for the finale. Thanks, Cory!

  2. Pam Paterson says:

    and if you ever want to go to a nifty conference, here it is…in Reno.

  3. retchdog says:

    this is the first inspiring video i’ve seen in months. thank you, boingboing. i <3 you and bruce sterling.

  4. pKp says:

    That was intense.

    I think I need to watch it again.

  5. chaopoiesis says:

    The debatable assumption here being that art will matter at all in a post peak oil/water/soil/democracy/{yours} society.  “Art as varnish on barbarism” assumes a prosperous barbarism. An alt formulation might be art as flower on a healthy society: making art while the sun shines.

  6. Jack Reno says:

    Boring is right. This whole theme has been done to death. It is now devolving into the blather so evident in his tone.

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