With a new digital offer and an “artistic wake-up call for lunch”, the Art and Nature Foundation is heading towards spring. The online program is entitled “Art and Nature for Everyone” and promises a regular proposal that “the event goes beyond streams that have now become established in many places”. Artistic intervention to participate, walk online or digital conversations should enable a personal encounter with art, nature and people, even if the Long House in Nantesbuch remains closed until the next notice.
In the future, there will be short artistic wake-up calls every Tuesday afternoon (starting at 12.30pm); More elaborate dialogues or concerts are on the program Thursday evening (7.30pm). It already begins on Thursday, February 18, with a digital fireside chat on the question “Learn from the crisis? We will take away from the epidemic”. Winning from Long House, future activists and education researchers from the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Elaine Moeck and Andreas Bömüler discussed with participants what people learned about their relationship and how they approached nature and the environment during the epidemic Deal with, and what are valuable and relevant future findings from the pandemic may help to re-shape the pandemic again. Artist and philosopher Sinan von Stietron will conduct the event.
Guests can take a vacation on Tuesday 23 February, during a media flight at Nantesbuch and a literary reading from Charles Foster’s book “The Test of Leaves and Earth”. The British veterinarian tested in various self-experiments what it is like to live as an animal, and slipped into the roles of badger, otter, fox, red deer and swift. During a later digital tea hour, ornithologist Ingo Wei answers questions about the lives and behavior of tireless aviators, while guests at home can enjoy analogue dishes from a care package sent in advance (noon Starting at 12.30).
Under the hashtag #philosophytogo there will be a question with philosophical thought and entertainment on Thursday, February 25 in the evening “What is nature?” On. In 90 minutes the audience is led by philosopher and moderator Manuel Scheedeger in an interactive thinking room, inspired by questions and arguments and invited to reflect, for example the question: “If we are plants, are we flowers?” Or trees? “
The month of March begins with “unconditional basic singing”. Berlin electro-pop musician and director Bernadette La Hengst wakes you up every Tuesday (March 2, 12.30 pm). “Improving dance with decentralized music and household goods” promises to be overzealous, members of Via-Nova-Chores Start Thursday 4 March. Those who like to take it easy are invited to take a digital listening post with Marcus Maeder (March 9, 12:30 pm). The artist and scientist installed a landscape recorder at Nantesbuch, with which he collects meteorological data and captures noise. From this he composes music that reproduces the “sound of Nantesbuch”.
A digital forest triptych “connection” by Micah Johnson, Marcel Carnacke and Daniel Vlčeck (March 11, 7.30pm) and is concerned with establishing connectivity in the mushroom network. Canadian artist Shannon Bool invites you on a floral visit to the Medici Mamluk carpet (March 16, 12.30pm). All events can be booked online. The fee is 5 euro in the afternoon and 7.50 euro in the evening. Guests receive a link that enables them to participate in person and, if desired, interactive.
Full program available www.kunst-und-natur.de/ueberall