| May 27 & 28 | 10:00 – 20:00 |
Exhibition — exploring new ways of relating to bodies of water
What do we see when we gaze into water? What stories of life in the Anthropocene lie just below the surface? The project focuses on bodies of water as a place of complex nonhuman entities — birds, fish, insects, plants, algae, and more — their entanglement within post-industrial urban fabrics.
By doing so, Uncertain Landscapes calls for sharpening meditative sensory perception between human and nonhuman beings in order to grasp hybridity of man-made and natural landscapes in late modernity and challenge hegemonic perspectives towards water bodies in contemporary urban contexts.