Ellen Pearlman (US), Julie Phelps (US), Shamsher Virk (US)
As cultural producers who hold space for artist residencies, incubators, and exchanges, we are confronted with constraints of all kinds. Responding to the ever-changing conditions of the contemporary world, we must adapt to the limitations encountered and decipher the possible.
OLEA. Digital-bio codifications
Soliman López (ES)
The OLEA project proposes a space for reflection and the rapprochement of species, concepts, economies, societies and information flows converging in a single fluid: olive oil. Historically related to deities, abundance, health, softness and liquid gold, olive oil is the perfect place to embrace other natures.
Limits of the material, Sustainable and/or high-tech
Lea Schmidt (CH), Jessica Bulling (DE), Bettina Weber (DE), Dr. Marc Mosch (DE)
During this event, we will give an insight into the current state of the various research fields, showing how material can also be digitalized and brought into a library. We are also going to work and talk directly with all visitors. An essential aspect is the question of the acceptance of alternative materials in everyday life as well as in professional contexts.
Irina Nalis (AT), Mark Neuner (AT)
As part of the project "The Common Space City Model", Mostlikely addresses the question of how new typologies can be integrated to foster public spaces and communally used spatial resources. Topics such as new work, production in the city or the redesign of markets are examined from the perspective of ecological, social and economic sustainability and the opportunities and risks of the digital.
Adopt the World
Verena Boheme (DE), Joaquín Fargas (AR)
This project consists of natural ecosystems isolated inside sealed containers that only allow the external influence of heat and light. The objective is to collaborate actively on raising awareness about the fragility of our planet and the importance and urgency of its care. With the concept that ¨the world is not for sale¨, the small biosphere adoption program was born; small worlds that represent our planet on an infinitesimal scale.