Episodes

Free Circuit Workshop Series: Martin Howse

Earh Coding: How can the earth as a process be tempted to compose software?

6. - 7. May 2015
Ljubljana, Slovenia

Free Circuit Workshop Series: Martin Howse Through a range of guided, experimental activities, the two day workshop actively explores links between contemporary technology and the earth, attempting to define a new form of land art.

Changing Weathers kicks off

Networked responses across Europe

20. - 21. March 2015
Slovenia

Changing Weathers kicks off Changing Weathers partner meeting brings us together in the hills of the original European Karst area in Slovenia. The two-day workshop aims to strengthen CW's long-term goals of providing a permanent platform for exchanges and empowering communities, providing sustainable data on building DIY communities and a transnational cooperation exchanging practices, knowledge and skills.

Co-creating parallel narratives in remoteness

CW Partners came together

20. - 21. March 2015
Slovenia

Co-creating parallel narratives in remoteness Changing Weathers first partner meeting was a rare opportunity for all partners to meet up and concentrate on developing Changing Weathers into a partnership project on a more concrete level and co-create a parallel and cross-pollinated narrative of events in the context of the themes.

Describing the Indescribable

Critical Writing Workshop

25. February 2015
Sonic Acts Festival, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Describing the Indescribable Renowned and experienced journalists and writers share insights into specific aspects of their craft (language, style, focus) and provide feedback on the texts written by the workshop participants during Sonic Acts festival.

From the Book

  • Dark Ecological Chocolate

    Timothy Morton

    Dark Ecological Chocolate

    Dark ecology starts off dark as in depressing. Then it becomes dark as in mysterious. Then it ends dark as in sweet dark chocolate. In this lecture I'm going to provide an experiential map of dark...

  • Nikel — The City as a Material

    An interview with Tatjana Gorbachewskaja

    Nikel — The City as a Material

    Tatjana Gorbachewskaja is an architect who grew up in the Russian town Nikel, located in the far North near the Russian border with Norway. For Dark Ecology Project she researched the materials of...

  • What Is Dark Ecology?

    Timothy Morton

    What Is Dark Ecology?

    In this essay, which draws on his book Dark Ecology, For a Logic of Coexistence, Timothy Morton — who originally coined the term dark ecology — explains what dark ecology is. He also argues how...

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