Cities are like the mitochondria in our animal cells – they are consumers, fed by autotrophs, the photosynthesis of a distant green landscape.Robin Wall Kimmerer
Meeting at sunset of the spring solstice, the reading is an invitation to gather practices of gleaning and to speculate about the possibilities of interliving in more-than-urban environments.
This session is part of the “Promising Premises” exhibition at Bärenzwinger. Curated by Lusin Reinsch and Cleo Wächter, “Promising Premises” is the start of the GLEANING cycle.
21/3/2023 6:21 pm
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Bärenzwinger, Im Köllnischen Park, Rungestraße 30, 10179 Berlin
In a sympoietic practice, Eva-Fiore Kovacovsky, artist, and Sina Ribak, researcher for ecologies and the arts, are running the Between Us and Nature – A Reading Club in Berlin since 2017 in collaboration with Zabriskie Buchladen für Kultur und Natur.
Reference: Robin Wall Kimmerer, Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants, Milkweed Editions, Minneapolis, 2013, 195.