En la càpsula d’Espais Compartits, Tim Ingold reivindica la presencia física en contactes personals ja que cada vegada ens comuniquem més de manera indirecta, a través dels mitjans digitals.
The British social anthropologist, Professor Tim Ingold, calls for physical presence in personal contacts. What enriches coexistence, he says, is not so much looking for what we have in common with others but practising the politics of difference in a shared space, thus widening people’s horizons so they can find paths to share, in the quest for “commoning”.
When asked about his favourite public space, Ingold highlights “the thing”, the name given to places in the Scandinavian countries where, in medieval times, local people, mostly farmers, would come to sort out their differences and conflicts.
Tim Ingold gave the lecture “An Ecology of Life” at the CCCB in 2016.