“This ‘anthropo-’ blocks attention to patchy landscapes, multiple temporalities, and shifting assemblages of humans and nonhumans: the very stuff of collaborative survival.”1Anna Tsing
In ‘Between Us and Nature – A Reading Club’ we read together texts related to natural sciences, art, anthropology, postcolonialism, and (post)anthropocene, chosen from a female perspective looking beyond disciplines. This reading session takes place during the MACHT NATUR exhibition. 2
1 Tsing, Anna Lowenhaupt, The mushroom at the end of the world : on the possibility of life in capitalist ruins, Princeton University Press (2015), p. 20.
2 The MACHT NATUR exhibition presents the results of the research project Farming the Uncanny Valley; it is a project of the University of the Arts Berlin in cooperation with Fraunhofer Umsicht, STATE Studio, YOU.SE and is funded by the Federal Ministry of Research and Education.