This chapter is excerpted from Time Travels by Elizabeth Grosz.
Titled, The Nature of Culture, it explores what contemporary feminist philosopher Elizabeth Grosz describes as
" ...the ways in which time, movement, change, the irresistible push to the future - as fundamental biological and material forces - affect culture ..."
"... the ways in which nature does not contain culture but induces it to vary itself, to evolve, to develop and transform in ways that are not predictable in advance."
Continuing with our exploration of new and renewed modes of perception and our inquiry into the construction and perhaps transformation of the studio critique:
- select two concepts introduced in this reading
- post a new entry in the 9/19 weekly blog assignment category
- comment on how these ideas influence your thinking about the process of studio critique