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'All re:future Lab activities reflect or are inspired by the artists and future protagonists we feature and the stories we tell' (Madeleine Schwinge)

Pursuing the ambition of the EMBARK! interview features to give voice to future thinkers tackling the urgent upheavals of our time and to propose new narratives for humans, non-humans and the Earth, further research programs, interactions, cooperations or partnerships may arise in the form of art exhibitions, talks, lectures, panels, conferences, special events, editions and publications.

Parsons & Charlesworth

As part of the group show

"Human-Machine-World, The Whole Earth 2045"

Curated by Madeleine Schwinge

6 Nov - 11 Dec 2021

Opening 5 Nov 2021, 6-9 pm

Artist Talk 6 Nov, 5 pm

re:future Lab, Berlin

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Parsons & Charlesworth, Catalog for the Post Human

Ruth Wiesenfeld

As part of the group show

"Human-Machine-World, From the Fleeting Archive of Towards Sound by Ruth Wiesenfeld"

Curated by Jan-Philipp Frühsorge

8 Oct - 30 Oct 2021

Opening 7 Oct 2021

re:future Lab, Berlin

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Ruth Wiesenfeld, Listening

Stella Geppert in dialog with Vadim Otto Ursus Henselder

What can we learn from fermentation process?

upcoming 2022

Curated by Madeleine Schwinge

re:future Lab, Berlin

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read Interview with Vadim

Stella Geppert Athens Conversation, 2016

Storytelling can be a highly effective way of promoting empathy and engendering a sense of connection and belonging. It is also a far more impactful way of communication than facts alone (Parsons & Charlesworth)

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