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More-than-Planet Expo Finissage

It’s your last chance to go and see the More-than-Planet exhibition at Old Observatory, Leiden (until 23 December)! Join us at the finissage on Friday 16th of December, where invited artists and experts will provide a glimpse at what further activities the international project More-than-Planet (2022 – 2025) will develop. It’s also a great chance to combine …

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Towards Geo-Situated Listening

Towards Geo-Situated Listening by Arnau Horta Immersed in a hyper-visual culture, we seem to have lost the ability to listen to the places where we live. In order to reclaim this sonorous harmony with the landscape, we take a look at several examples that show us ways of relating to the world around us through …

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Dutch Design Week: How to establish environmental commons

Dutch Design Week: How to establish environmental commons S+T+ARTS Talk for environmental commons (26 October 2022) By Tonya Sudiono Amsterdam – Earlier this year, we noted that a remarkable amount of works of S+T+ARTS Prize nominees and winners revolved around the narrative of environmental commons beyond the dominant visible spectrum. These works invite a wide …

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Toward a “Bacterial Turn” in Art, Architecture and Design

Toward a “Bacterial Turn” in Art, Architecture and Design by Jens Hauser In art, architecture and cultural heritage, microorganisms have traditionally been considered a threat from the standpoint of bio-deterioration and conservation studies, so much so that – from Robert Koch to Louis Pasteur – bacteria have been described as “invading animals” and have been …

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