Join SYRCL and The Center for the Arts TONIGHT for an engaging evening with author David Abram!

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David Abram, cultural ecologist and geo-philosopher

Come out of the rain TONIGHT and enjoy one of SYRCL’s Wild & Scenic Arts and Lecture Series performances.

“Speculative, learned, and always lucid and precise as the eye of the vulture that confronted him once on a cliff ledge, Abram has one of those rare minds which, like the mind of a musician or a great mathematician, fuses dreaminess with smarts.”  -The Village Voice

David Abram is a cultural ecologist and geo-philosopher who lectures and teaches widely on several continents. He is the author of Becoming Animal: An Earthly Cosmology (Pantheon, 2010), and The Spell of the Sensuous: Perception and Language in a More-than-Human World (Vintage, 1997). Hailed as “revolutionary” by the Los Angeles Times, as “daring” and “truly original” by Science, David’s work has helped catalyze the emergence of several new disciplines, including the burgeoning field of ecopsychology.

The evening will also include the premiere performance of a short play by Dale Pendell, called “World Fire Wake”, with live music by Mesmerhythm.

Tickets are on sale at The Center for the Arts and Briar Patch Co-op and will be available at the door.  $20 general, $18 members, $10 student.

“Prose as lush as a moss-draped rain forest and as luminous as a high desert night. . . Deeply resonant with indigenous ways of knowing, Abram lets us listen in on wordless conversations with ancient boulders, walruses, birds, and roof beams. His profound recognition of intelligences other than our own enables us to enter into reciprocal symbioses that can, in turn, sustain the world. Becoming Animal illuminates a way forward in restoring relationship with the earth, led by our vibrant animal bodies to re-inhabit the glittering world.”
– Orion

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