Screening @ Mar Menor

The video tutorial for Pinna Nobilis is being finalized. On the 9th of May 2019, a first screening of the video tutorial will be held in Murcia at Centro Puertas de Castillo as part of the Interdisciplinary Mar Menor Research project. More information on the Reset: Mar Menor project and the Pinna Nobilis video is elaborated on this website. Additionally, to the exhibition, there will … Continue reading Screening @ Mar Menor

Diversity is all Around @ Kanal

In the framework of Performatik Festival Brussels, the Institute for Relocation of Biodiversity is presenting a third episode in its series of videos called Diversity is all Around.  As part the Unsettled Studies the video is shown from Wednesday, 20th until Saturday, 23rd of March in the Kanal venue of Centre Pompidou in Brussels. For opening hours please see here.     Diversity is All … Continue reading Diversity is all Around @ Kanal

Ceramic Scar Tissue – Two Talks in February

On Tuesday, 19th of February 2019, Ceramic Scar Tissue is presented at ReaGent, in Wispelbergstraat 2 9000 Gent in Belgium at 19:00- And on Friday, 22nd of February 2019, the Ceramic Scar Tissue is presented at the Design Museum London at the event The Other Way – Designing a sustainable tomorrow. Please join if you are around!   Kin Tsugi – the Japanese art and … Continue reading Ceramic Scar Tissue – Two Talks in February

Article on VIS Journal on Risk

The VIS Journal, Issue 1 (theme Risk in Artistic Research – jeopardy or validation?) was published on January 24th 2019. The issue features the article “Melliferopolis – collaborating with uncontrollable, flying, stinging insects” certain aspects on the long term project Melliferopolis and how risk plays a role in the work with bees, ecosystems and the unpredictability of engaging with living entities. Please have a look … Continue reading Article on VIS Journal on Risk

Ceramic Scar Tissue Talk, 12th Dec 2018

The findings and experiences of the residency in Japan will be presented on the 12th of December 2018. Ceramic Scar Tissue is ongoing artistic research on Kin Tsugi with life material.    Please join at the SOLU space of the BioArt Society,  Luotsikatu 13, Katajanokka, Helsinki Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 7 PM – 9 PM The event is free of charge.    More info on … Continue reading Ceramic Scar Tissue Talk, 12th Dec 2018

The Animal Side of Japan

Of course, it is common knowledge that Japanese love cats. This has always been the case. Cats are believed to convey good luck – if they wave with their left paw they beckon people over, whereas the right paw invites wealth. Cats appear in advertisement, as sculptures, as logos, symbols, photographs, they are simply everywhere – except as animal in blood and flesh. During my … Continue reading The Animal Side of Japan