stories for a more-than-human world
museum kesselhaus berlin
what would happen, if we manage to abandon anthropocentric views and take on the perspective of other life forms? what reactions could such a shift of viewpoints trigger? could humans and (conscious) machines co-exist? can technology actually help to solve environmental issues? the works emphasize a non-anthropocentric shift and critically or playfully investigate understandings of being human, being machine, being hybrid in a present where the impact of technology – be it on the environment or on our own bodies – is ubiquitous. the event is a reaction to recent discussions between humanities and natural sciences about new approaches to thinking about, looking at, working with, and being inside nature. it draws references from fields of posthuman theory, new materialism, cybernetics and sts.