On February 7 and 8, the foundation invites Fabien Vallos for two conferences and two dinners on the issue of consumption metaphysics (following Lagunophories III & IV served in 2019).
This series of lectures takes note of research began on the silence of philosophy and art on the question of metaphysics.
The conference of February 8 will present a series of hypotheses to interpret the refusal by philosophy to think and explain the problem of food, but also the crucial tax issue in order to be able to provide food and finally the question of an opportunity to consider the content of being from this test of consumption.
Lagunophories XI & XII will be increased by the publication of a newspaper published at 100 copies. The menus for the two small banquets will be given a few days before, depending on the products and the markets.
Fabien Vallos is a theoretician, author, translator, editor, artist and independent curator. He teaches philosophy at l’École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie à Arles and l’École Supérieure d’Art d’Angers. His theoretical work consists in the development of a genealogy of the concept of operativity as well as in the preparation of a critical philosophy of the work.