From 17:00–18:57 (Berlin time) today, Sophia will moderate a panel about the launch of the new publication coming from PSR member Mila Pavićević’s residency Dance by Other Means (which I was honoured to proof read). The panel will consist of Sophia New, Igor Dobričić, Alexandra Hennig and Matthias Mohr. Its part of an all-day programme of events called Our Dance, organised by PSR collective (sorry guys, not going to link to your FB page for ethical reasons). Details and stream link can be found here.
We are looking forward to collaborating with the London-based artist Heather Barnett on a two-day workshop on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 September at Art Laboratory Berlin, Prinzenallee 34, 13359 Berlin.
The project invites the participants to view the city of Berlin by the nonhuman perspectives of the intelligent single-cell organism, the slime mould, Physarum polycephalum and GPS tracking.
After a day discovering and experimenting with living slime mould cultures under Heather’s expert guidance, on the second day, we will ask what it is to embody slime mould and how to adopt its techniques for spatial investigation onto the urban petri dish of Wedding.
We will develop our own ‘stigmergic’ rules (leaving traces in environment that affect the behaviour of others) as well as seeing whether we can all develop a sense of being one organism that explores its environment.
Dan and Sophia’s particular area of expertise with GPS will be used to track our excursions as slime mould across the urban space and after the workshop, animations of the group’s explorations will contribute to the final exhibition.
The workshop costs 20/15 EUR for both days which run from 1-5pm. Please register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org