Re-considering our Relationship with Nature: a Departure from Ignorance towards Curiosity-driven Involvement

FIBER 2021 — Talks programme Session 5: ‘There’s No Such Thing as Nature’ moderated by Katía Truijen (left), with speakers Leanne Wijnsma (right) and Monika Seyfried (online)
Figure 1. Leanne Wijnsma, Soilbread, 2020.
Screenshot from Leanne Wijnsma’s presentation, showing the wind wall of Europoort, Rotterdam
Figure 2. GPS farming
Figure 3. DNA Data Storage

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