︎ ONGOING & UPCOMING
A 1-day talk & workshop with the students of the Design des Mondes Ruraux post-master programme organised by the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Paris.
We are giving a talk about phyto-centred design for the HFBK University of Fine Arts Hamburg.
We are invited to contribute to the Radical Coexistence lecture series organised by the Hochschule Luzern Design & Kunst with a talk on the topic ‘Co-designing in more-than-human entanglements’.
Stork Fiction is presented in the Almanach exhibition organised by Fondation Martell.
A residency supported by the Konschthal Esch & the Bridderhaus to kickstart new research on earthworms, soils and decay.
We are part of an online symposium organised by the team of the Folkwang Universität der Künste in the frame of their multi-year research programme Sustainability by Design. Titled Design and the Plants' Learnings, our presentation focuses on plant-conscious design approaches.
Our touring exhibition Plant Fever is on show at the Kunstgewerbemuseum Dresden.
The 1-day creative writing workshop “Cut Off” invites participants to imagine anticipatory tales of dystopian, utopian, protopian futures in which greenhouses are used as tools to escape planet Earth.
Official launch of our new book Greenhouse Stories. A Critical Re-examination of Transparent Microcosms (Onomatopee – NL) during Dutch Design Week, in Eindhoven.
ROUND TABLE [web]
We are part of The Invisible Botany of Urban Spaces, a round table organised by Haenke at the Centre tchèque de Paris to “discuss how arts, design and natural sciences can collaborate in search for solutions to planetary challenges.”
We are part of the End of Design conference organised by Vienna Design Week with our talk Making Room for Change.
On the occasion of the 2023 Vienna Design Week, we are presenting the installation Room for Change, which features projects realised during the summer as part of The School of Phyto-centred Design x Kunstgewerbemuseum Dresden.
09.09 & 10.09.2023
Stork Fiction is part of the Coup de Chauffe festival organised by the l'Avant-Scène theatre.
As part of The School of Phyto-centred Design we are tutoring the workshop Curating Change, which “proposes to look at curation as an act of care and activism, a process through which we can shape meaningful worldviews…”
The School of Phyto-centred Design is a six-week workshop & lecture programme that we conceived for the Kunstgewerbemuseum Dresden and its School of Utopias. The programme features hands-on and theoretical activities and accompanies our touring exhibition Plant Fever.