The conceptual foundations of the comparative planetary imaginaries
It matters which planet we portray, and which one we do not. In this workshop, participants will learn about ways of mattering. With this term, we refer to the images, interests and facts that shape our image of the planet, and, in turn, how the solidification of these imaginaries determines the way we talk about the Earth and the decisions we make. Mattering looks at both the matter itself and its significance. In short, we research the drivers behind how we see our environment.
Number of participants: 15
Registration required. Workshops are open for FESTIVALPASS+, FESTIVALPASS or One-Day-Pass Holders only.
This workshop is presented in the context of More-than-Planet and co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
Miha Turšič (SI/NL)
Miha Turšič is project developer for the Open Wetlab at Waag. He works on international collaboration and the initiation of projects touching on the themes of art-science, biotechnology, digital fabrication, open-source hardware, ecology, space culture and material research. He is closely involved with the planet B narrative and is the founder of Open Space Lab within Waag.