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Techniques Matter. Researching More-Than-Human Worlds

What kind of techniques might provide us with an open sensorium towards the environment? What are the methods? What the technologies? What kind of processes, relations and aesthetics emerge out of them, and how can we tackle a more-than-human approach?

With this method workshop we bring together local and international researchers exploring techno-aesthetic and -scientific approaches towards natureculture. We are particularly interested in the sensorial and technical dimensions of scientific and aesthetic research and their impact for an ecological awareness. Furthermore, we want to critically discuss our adopted methods and question the role of technology for human’s perception of the world.

Program (PDF-Download)

Invited speakers:
Yves Citton, Paris; Anna Krzywoszynska, Sheffield; Christoph Kueffer, Rapperswil/Zürich; Jacopo Rasmi, Nancy; Andreas Rigling, Birmensdorf; Alexandra Toland, Weimar/ Berlin and the Team Ecodata–Ecomedia–Ecoaesthetics (Yvonne Volkart, lead; Marcus Maeder, Rasa Smite, Aline Veillat).

Felipe Castelblanco and Karolina Sobecka

For registration, send an email to:
eXZvbm5lLnZvbGthcnRAZmhudy5jaA== (until May 6)

This Online Method Workshop by WebEx is presented by the SNFS-Research Project Ecodata–Ecomedia–Ecoaesthetics

Datum und Zeit

7.5.2020, 9:30–18:15 Uhr iCal


The workshop is free of charge.
To register, send an email to: eXZvbm5lLnZvbGthcnRAZmhudy5jaA== (by May 6).



Dreispitz Basel / Münchenstein

Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz FHNW Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst Basel FHNW Freilager-Platz 1 4142 Münchenstein b. Basel
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