Aslak Aamot Kjærulff made a presentation on Organisational Imaginaries closing the first day of talks in the track #FULLCOMMONISM organised by Dougald Hine.
The talk concerned emerging Organisational Imaginaries by discussing the interlinkages between digitalities, modern political ecologies and modes of social action and change. As the conference called for radical shifts in political discourse, the talk also focused on strands of feminist philosophy. This meant approaching change from a different perspective than existentialism as a journey towards inevitable mortality, by focusing on the similarly daunting task of helping to bring new forms and ways of life, infrastructures, commons and modes of employment into the world. Emphasizing that making room and time for changes are more important than planning, managing and controlling them.