Industrial plantations have organized whole new ecologies, transforming economies and social relations, and exacerbating issues of racial oppression, wealth inequality, and armed violence. This panel explores what the sounds of plantations can tell us about our current geological epoch. What possibilities of life are possible at the edges of plantations and within them? What kinds of voices, human and other-than-human, emerge from these ecologies? What can we learn from them?
Please note that this event will be recorded.