Ars Electronica Garden London

The London Garden of Heterotopias

The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London (UK)

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In Technology and the Lifeworld: from garden to earth Don Ihde discusses how life in a mythical Garden of Eden would not be human life without technology. Things and artifacts make life and form an integral part of the ontological trinity of human-technology-world.

We are faced with unprecedented challenges in an entangled ecological emergency and must radically and immediately take action to preserve the planet’s very existence. Technology and the arts play an integral part and hold potential to engender change. The Bartlett School of Architecture, along with its partners, centers its contribution to Ars Electronica around arts and technologies of care in a Garden of Heterotopias to create an environment of inclusion and inspection.

The London Garden of Heterotopias

Towards worlds and technologies of care

2020 has seen turbulences across the world at a magnitude and in varieties that humankind has seldom encountered. We are faced with unprecedented challenges in an entangled ecological emergency. To address climate, health, injustice and inequality, we must radically and immediately take action to preserve the planet’s very existence. Technology and the arts play an integral part and hold potential to engender change towards manifold heterotopias. This year, the Bartlett School of Architecture, along with its partners, centers its contribution to Ars Electronica around arts and technologies of care and grace in a Garden of Heterotopias. Our garden is a possibility space for radical thinking and practice, aiming to create an environment of inclusion and inspection.

Timetable

Sa, 25. Juni 2022 

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Project Credits / Acknowledgements

The Bartlett School of Architecture including the Interactive Architecture Lab, Automated Architecture Ltd/Automated Architecture Labs, BioID, Unit 24, Unit 9, RC14.
In partnership with Alexander Whitley Dance Company, Jason Bruges Studio, ScanLAB Projects, and guests.

The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London
Automated Architecture
Alexander Whitley Dance Company
Bio-Integrated Design (Bio-ID)
Bartlett Prospective
Interactive Architecture Lab
Jason Bruges Studio
ScanLAB Projects
U9
U24