Warm Data Lab – Migration
Välkomna till ”Warm Data Lab” – och en utforskande kväll om en av vår tids stora utmaningar och möjligheter – ”migrationen”
Vi gästas av Nora Bateson som kort kommer presentera sitt arbete med Bateson Institute samt leda workshops-formatet ”Warm Data Lab”
Månd 19 mars, kl 18-21 (afterwork från 17:00)
Fri entré – men begränsat antal platser, Obligatorisk anmälan !
Mat och dryck till bra priser
Plats: NAV:lab Sickla – Sickla Industiväg 6C, vån 6 (OBS! Ny adress)
Vi kommer också under kvällen presentera en kommande (23-25 mars) certifierad utbildning i facilitering av Warm Data Labs.
is an award-winning filmmaker, writer, facilitator and educator, as well as President of the International Bateson Institute based in Sweden. Her work asks the question “How we can improve our perception of the complexity we live within, so we may improve our interaction with the world?”
An international lecturer, researcher and writer, Nora wrote, directed and produced the award-winning documentary, An Ecology of Mind.
The IBI integrates the sciences, arts and professional knowledge to create a qualitative inquiry of the integration of life. Nora is the president of the International Bateson Institute, directing research projects that require multiple contexts of research. interdependent processes. Asking, “How we can we create a context in which to study the contexts?” An impressive team of international thinkers, scientists and artists have been brought together by the IBI to generate an innovative form of inquiry, which Nora coined the term “Transcontextual Research” to describe. Transcontextual research is a study of the interdependencies that form complex systems. The research produces relational information Bateson calls “Warm Data.”
Nora Bateson is also credited with the innovation of the neologism “symmathesy,” and the corresponding theoretical essay bearing the same title. Bateson defines this neologism as “An entity composed by contextual mutual learning through interaction. This process of interaction and mutual learning takes place in living entities at larger or smaller scales of symmathesy.”
As an educator she has developed curricula for schools in Northern California, and produced and directed award winning multimedia projects on intercultural and ecological understanding. Her work, which has been presented at the world’s top universities, is described as “offering audiences a lens through which to see the world that effects not only the way we see, but also the way we think”. Nora’s work in facilitating cross-disciplinary discussions is part of her research into what she calls, “the ecology of the conversation”. Her speaking engagements include keynote addresses and lectures at international conferences and universities on a wide range of topics that span the fields of anti-fascism, ecology, education, the arts, family therapy, leadership and many more aspects of advocacy for living systems– she travels between conversations in different fields bringing multiple perspectives into view to reveal larger patterns.
Memberships and awards: Chairman International Bateson Institute. Associate of The Taos Institute. Board Member: Human Systems Journal of Systemic Practice, Tallberg Foundation, Fellow of Lindisfarne Foundation, Bateson Idea Group (BIG), Club of Rome, Great Transition Foundation, Human Potential Foundation, Awards: Sustainable Thompkins Ecology Award, Winner Spokane Film Festival, Winner Santa Cruz Film Festival, Media Ecology Award.