Derek McCormack, Thinking and moving with atmospheric things

To move and think with things is to become responsive both to the qualities of those things and to their capacities to move and be moved in different ways. In this talk, Derek McCormack uses the shape of a simple device – the balloon – as a kind of enabling constraint for thinking in movement. The talk revolves around a series of stories of the circumstantial excursions of the balloon as it becomes and does atmospheric things in a range of contexts.