Did you hear the tuber murmuring? Gathering in the kitchen we get a feeling of textures, smells, processes and relations involving potatoes, perennial herbs and other beings. While peeling potatoes, we work on our alchemic notebook and imagine conversations among tubers, rosemary, insects, herbalists, artists…Read More
Investigating the relationship between Tegel residents, the biosphere and the city, in this walk we observe wildlife interactions in the area between the Flughafensee and the Tegeler See. For instance, we learn about human-beaver negotiations around the willow tree.Read More
Earth Indices. Processing the Anthropocene, is an exhibition by Giulia Bruno & Armin Linke commissioned by Haus der Kulturen der Welt. It explores the scientific and social conditions producing the new geological epoch, the Anthropocene. Christopher Wierling invited Alice Cannava and myself as guests to this public guided tour, to offer alternative concepts to the Anthropocene and to share possibilities of reading this exhibition from the perspectives of school children and teenagers.
Long Hanging Fruits: Myths and Matter of the Oil Palm Complex is a collective presentation by Jan van Eyck participant Elia Nurvista, Michelle Lai, Sina Ribak, and Yoeri Guépin that weaves together stories around and between palm oil across the globe as an attempt to understand the multilayered processes surrounding this global commodity.Read More
Learning with the more-than-human research group (Alen Ksoll and Sina Ribak), along with the other speakers from Art Labor, Statens Konstråd, together with Cecilia Åsberg, from Posthumanities Hub and participants of the Collective Practices Post-Master course, engaged in an exchange on the boundaries between humans and other living and artificial kingdoms and their consequences in art practice and cultural policies.Read More