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Meta.Morf 2022 – Ecophilia

Ecophilia Exhibition

Venue
K-U-K Kjøpmannsgata Ung Kunst

Date
May 6th – August 14th

OPENING: May 6th 18:00 – 20:00 CET

Artists
MARÍA CASTELLANOS & ALBERTO VALVERDE / FRANK EKEBERG / ANNIE HÄGG / MAREN DAGNY JUELL / MARIUS PRESTERUD / JATUN RISBA

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Investigating the Futures of Living Technologies
Conference / Artists Conversation

Venue
K-U-K Kjøpmannsgata Ung Kunst + zoom

Date
May 7th
13:00 – 15:00 CET

Curators and Moderators
KRISTIN BERGAUST [NO], HEGE TAPIO [NO]

Artists
MARÍA CASTELLANOS  / FRANK EKEBERG / ANNIE HÄGG / MAREN DAGNY JUELL / MARIUS PRESTERUD / JATUN RISBA

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To those of you who have followed us for a while you my be aware that FeLT is participating in the Meta.Morf 2022 – Ecophilia conference, which takes place in Trondheim, Norway. We would like to invite you to visit us or participate digitally. 

The Ecophilia Exhibition 
is opening on Friday 6th, and FeLT postdoc María Castellanos is one of the artists who is showing their work. The exhibition will be available to visit at K-U-K until the 14th of August.

Ecophilia? Think of Ecophilia as our deep desire to connect with nature. But what is nature really? Except for some made up ecological dreamscapes?

Ecology comes from Greek Oikos, meaning home. Today every aspect of our home is altered by new technologies, man-induced environmental disasters, biotechnological wonders, and blurred borders between the made and the natural. Has our home become alien to us in this age of global ecological transformations? How is ecophilia manifested in the Anthropocene?

Investigating the Futures of Living Technologies
is an artist conversation taking place on Saturday 7th from 13:00 – 15:00 CET. The curators and moderators are FeLT project leader Kristin Bergaust, FeLT PhD Hege Tapio and  FeLT postdoc María Castellanos. This conversation will also be available on zoom. 

FeLT in collaboration with a selection of artists participating in the Ecophilia exhibition at Kjøpmannsgata Ung Kunst and TEKS.studio invite you to reflect and debate on topics raised by the artworks in the exhibition: questioning relations and connections that occur between human beings, other living beings and machines in our time of ecological crises. How do we understand ourselves when borders between nature, humans and technology have become blurred, even obsolete?…

 

Learn more about Kristin Bergaust
Learn more about Hege Tapio
Learn more about María Castellanos

Ecophilia Exhibition

Venue
K-U-K Kjøpmannsgata Ung Kunst

Date
May 6th – August 14th

OPENING: May 6th 18:00 – 20:00 CET

Artists
MARÍA CASTELLANOS & ALBERTO VALVERDE / FRANK EKEBERG / ANNIE HÄGG / MAREN DAGNY JUELL / MARIUS PRESTERUD / JATUN RISBA

Facebook event
Event website

Investigating the Futures of Living Technologies
Conference / Artists Conversation

Venue
K-U-K Kjøpmannsgata Ung Kunst + zoom

Date
May 7th
13:00 – 15:00 CET

Curators and Moderators
KRISTIN BERGAUST [NO], HEGE TAPIO [NO]

Artists
MARÍA CASTELLANOS  / FRANK EKEBERG / ANNIE HÄGG / MAREN DAGNY JUELL / MARIUS PRESTERUD / JATUN RISBA

Facebook event
Event website

To those of you who have followed us for a while you my be aware that FeLT is participating in the Meta.Morf 2022 – Ecophilia conference, which takes place in Trondheim, Norway. We would like to invite you to visit us or participate digitally. 

The Ecophilia Exhibition 
is opening on Friday 6th, and FeLT postdoc María Castellanos is one of the artists who is showing their work. The exhibition will be available to visit at K-U-K until the 14th of August.

Ecophilia? Think of Ecophilia as our deep desire to connect with nature. But what is nature really? Except for some made up ecological dreamscapes?

Ecology comes from Greek Oikos, meaning home. Today every aspect of our home is altered by new technologies, man-induced environmental disasters, biotechnological wonders, and blurred borders between the made and the natural. Has our home become alien to us in this age of global ecological transformations? How is ecophilia manifested in the Anthropocene?

Investigating the Futures of Living Technologies
is an artist conversation taking place on Saturday 7th from 13:00 – 15:00 CET. The curators and moderators are FeLT project leader Kristin Bergaust, FeLT PhD Hege Tapio and  FeLT postdoc María Castellanos. This conversation will also be available on zoom. 

FeLT in collaboration with a selection of artists participating in the Ecophilia exhibition at Kjøpmannsgata Ung Kunst and TEKS.studio invite you to reflect and debate on topics raised by the artworks in the exhibition: questioning relations and connections that occur between human beings, other living beings and machines in our time of ecological crises. How do we understand ourselves when borders between nature, humans and technology have become blurred, even obsolete?…

 

Learn more about Kristin Bergaust
Learn more about Hege Tapio
Learn more about María Castellanos

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