- a podcast series
artists, their work and the thinking behind the work, which focuses on the relationship of humans to animals and plants and their interconnectedness, as well as on issues such as empathy, coexistence with other living beings, the environment, the climate crisis, animal song and culture
In Conversation with Nature
Gunnhildur Hauksdottir and Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez discuss on how Hauksdottir explores the relationship between her drawings and living bodies.
Stella Geppert shares how she builds empathies between the body and nature through her artistic practice and, more specifically, in her upcoming performance "Sounds for the Organs".
Abigail Sanders talks about her working process and give insights into the research background and inspiration behind "Sounding Whales".
Christl Mudrak and Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez talk about Mudrak's project „Working the Land“ which derives from her extensive occupation with the site of the Zum Waldsee campsite in Havelland.
Simon Faithfull and Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez discuss how Faithfull's efforts to embody the landscape can act as a lens through which we might see ourselves.
Irene Trejo, Inter/transdisciplinary poet and artist focuses on ecosomatic research around the limits of bodies as well as of identity, poetry, space-time, and different disciplines and processes of
creation. She talks in the podcast about her latest project "Fluid Ecotonalism" in which she collaborates with Mauricio Silva Orendain.