Art, nature, biology and food in Amsterdam. You're welcome to join.
Space, Spirit, Souvenirs
Penny for your Thoughts Project Presentations with Mandy den Elzen, Lucie Majerus and Margherita Falqui
How can we capture the essence of a place? Three artists reflect on how we can use our senses to understand, connect with– and even archive places. Tickets / Facebook
Was Hildegard von Bingen Autistic?
A summary of 'Ruminations on Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179) and autism' by Patricia Ranft
Hildegard of Bingen was a 12th century German nun, and one of the most influential women of her time. She wrote several scientific treatises, composed music, and invented her own language, all of which still fascinate people today. In her paper ' Ruminations on Hildegard of Bingen and autism…
Piss, Death, Stress
Penny for your Thoughts Project Presentations with Arthur Guilleminot, Jennifer Kumer and Irina Birger
Piss, waste, sex and the pondering of one’s mortality: these can all be quite uncomfortable and difficult topics. But, what if we could turn the uncomfortable into something nourishing and productive? Tickets / Facebook
Radical Imagining of 'Just & Green' futures
Making Utopias Real with Laura Burgers, Ivana Isailović, Usha Natarajan, Pippi van Ommen, Anouk Beckers, Margarita Nieves & Kyra Sacks
A limit on your energy consumption? A ban on cars? Or hamburgers for 100 euros? We like to promise each other a "just and green transition" of the economy, addressing global warming in a "fair, equitable and inclusive" way. But we're still unsure what that actually means. What are the ground rules
by Mari Bastashevski & human and other than human partners
Pending Xenophora is a multi-layered world designed together with a rout of garden snails in an aspirational gesture towards what Isabelle Stengers calls a “diplomatic intervention”; a panoramic monadology; an idea of knowledge evolving, dependent on shared agreements and perpetual re