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AUTHORS: SpätiSpäti, Antonia Lembcke, Corinna Studier, Jeanne Astrup-Chauvaux, Jonas Illigmann, Jonathan Heck, Sofia Ogarkova ABSTRACT: Rapid response to the topic of “turf” in the framework of SeminarSeminar3.0 hosted by SpätiSpäti at the University of Arts, Berlin and a Kiosk in Worpswede in the summer semester 2021. Seminarseminar3.0 expanded its working-sphere to a locally-distant non-excursion. In SeminarSeminar […]
A multi-week program designed for people who want to work with their body. “Contamination” and “immersion” sessions explore the theme of water – our relationship with it and our place in the water cycle. Our bodies are the most intimate ecosystems we know. Taking this as a starting point, it sets up a situation where people connect with their body’s ecosystem and the wetland’s ecosystem. It is a discourse between organisms and the environment.
This project is funded by German Postcode Lottery. Dieses Projekt ist gefördert von der Deutschen Postcode Lotterie
LINK: Water Filters POSTER: Annabelle Dorn & Roman Karrer ILLUSTRATION: Annabelle Dorn
Floating University re-envisions an urban water infrastructure that invokes public participation. How will life change as our relationship to water transforms? A fundamental paradigm in our research at Floating University is to emulate Mother Earth’s water cycles rather than mimic Corporate Man’s linear sewer pipes. Water will not fall beneath the streets like garbage into landfills. Rather, water flows down the drain, undergoes organic filtration, and flows back out the spout. Floating University is located in a polluted rainwater basin in urban Berlin. Experimental water systems are constructed at every possible avenue. Its public pedagogy: seminars, workshops, discussions, water filtration systems, water practices and performances, ruminate on our place in the water cycle. Technology is only part of the answer to our challenges with water. What’s missing is our relationship with water.
Links: 2021 Digital Archive 2019 Digital Archive Climate Care at Anthropocene Curriculum Downloads: 2021 Programme: The Rewilding Years 2019 Programme: A Curriculum for Urban Practice