I.N.S.E.C.T. Summercamp

In August  2022, researchers in the fields of design, art, engineering and anthropology got together for three weeks to focus their full attention on their little animal companions, insects.  An INterSpecies Exploration by biodigital Craft and manufacturing Technologies I.N.S.E.C.T. Summer Camp … read more

Designing for Multispecies Commons: Ecologies and Collaborations in Participatory Design

Participatory design has traditionally foregrounded humans as agents and stakeholders in design processes. While the notion of ‘design ecologies’ have gained prominence as an understanding of the particular entanglements, processes of design are part of, the role of nature and … read more

Designing for Interdependence. A Poetics of Relating

Challenging the dominant design paradigm that centers humanity in its practice, Designing for Interdependence puts forward an ecocentric mode of designing that privileges a harmonious relationship between all life forms that share our planet. This book is about the practice of designing … read more

Fabulation for Future

The digital exhibition How to Become a Posthuman is part of the collective artistic research project Fabulation for Future, which is based on the call for deputies to form the fictive International Committee to Save the Earth through Speculative Fabulation. The 33 international committee … read more

INSECT Summercamp

We, Ana Goidea, Asya Ilgün, Dilan Özkan, Phil Ayres, Svenja Keune, and Laurin Kilbert are organizing the I.N.S.E.C.T. Summercamp in August and hereby invite you to co-create Part 2 together with us.Dear friends, colleagues, and neighbours!We, Ana Goidea, Asya Ilgün, … read more

MICRO INTERVIEW No. 8 – Thomas meets Svenja

Thomas Laurien: Hej Svenja! What are you up to these days? I know that you quite recently moved your multispecies entourage from one site to another. Could you tell us a bit about that transition, and how you have settled … read more

Feral Malmö

Working with Meadow Lab, Feral Malmö has been continuing with walks around the city. Most recently in Pildammsparken we have been following paths through the carefully arranged beeches and exploring the concept of Bioregionalism, as described by Peter Berg and … read more