Conference of the birds: Fugleperspektiver
The Conference of the Birds (COB) er et tverrfaglig og sosialt engasjert kunstprosjekt som utforsker kreative måter å sameksistere med fugler i en mer enn menneskelig verden. Prosjektet tar utgangspunkt i den drastiske tilbakegangen av fugler og har fokus på økologi og forholdet mellom sted, mennesker og fugler i Norden. Vår intensjon er å løfte blikket og se omverden i et fugleperspektiv.
Book Launch: The Anthropocene Cookbook by Zane Cerpina and Stahl Stenslie hosted by Nora S. Vaage
he Anthropocene Cookbook takes our planetary state of emergency as an opportunity to seize the moment to imagine constructive change and new ideas. How can we survive in an age of constant environmental crises? How can we thrive? The answers feature the most innovative ideas and speculative concepts about potential future foods conceived within the fields of art, design, science, technology, philosophy, and food studies. The Anthropocene Cookbook rethinks our eating habits and traditions, challenges food taboos, and proposes new recipes for our survival in times of dark ecological disasters.
Symposium 2022: Humans, fungi, rottenness, and the future of soil
NOBA Symposium 2022: Humans, fungi, rottenness, and the future of soil.
Opening event: 18.08.2022 at 18:00
Dates: August 18 – September 18
Place: Vitenparken Campus Ås
ghosting* Glacier (here meaning create, compose, record, rewrite, communicate) is a collaborative and interdisciplinary art project about the glacier.
FOOD PHREAKS!: Biodiversity of the Kitchen
Exhibition by the Center for Genomic Gastronomy at Vitenparken Campus Ås.
Postponed. Haffi’s Table: Invasive Species Dinner
Chef Hafsteinn Snæland hosts a multi-course dinner together with artist and researcher Roland van Dierendonck devoted to Invasive Species.
This gourmet event is a part of the international dinner series in collaboration with the ArtSci Salon (Canada) and collaborators in the Netherlands and Taiwan.
HAV: A cross-disciplinary conversation
The Oslo fjord is on the brick of ecological collapse due to human interference such as developments by the shore, pollution and climate emergency. Can cross-disciplinary collaboration and co-creation between art, landscape architecture, urban planning, and marine biology be a part of the solution?