Open lecture // Nabil Ahmed
This lecture will explore ecocentric investigations as an operative concept namely how the convergence of disparate data, forensic techniques, territorial research, and on the ground testimonies – that are sensitive and focused on an ecological perspective – can produce impactful narratives for environmental justice and accountability.
Nabil Ahmed is the co-director of INTERPRT, a Norway-based NGO that that pursues environmental justice through spatial and visual investigations. over fifteen years his spatial practice and writing has interrogated the representational challenges of environmental destruction and conflict across visual culture and law. He is professor at The Trondheim Academy of Fine Art (KiT) in the faculty of architecture and design, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
This event is a part of the spring 2024 lecture series held by the Department of Fine Art and takes place in the Laugarnes Lecture Hall (L193) at Laugarnesvegi 91, 105 Reykjavík.
For further information on the lecture series click HERE.