Our ability to meet the climate challenges and promote greater justice for others requires a profound rethinking of the way we think about our place in the nature. Taking our vulnerability and dependence on ecosystems seriously allows us to understand that our way of inhabiting the Earth is always a cohabitation with others. Ecology and respect for the vulnerable are inseparable.
By the UANL Contemporary Dance Laboratory, directed by Mtra. Aurora Goodsuccess.
20-minute program, divided into 3 segments, based on the question “More resilience?” with the participation of 5 professional dancers.
Although all activities on Earth bear the mark of human activity, ecological concerns are opening gaps in the dominant conceptions of progress, development, wealth and, more broadly, in the very idea of social coexistence. What would be the political norms and the technical framework of the city at the service of a new social coexistence?