Public Program

Anthropocene Campus | ©Sera Cakal

Anthropocene Campus | ©Sera Cakal

In addition to the seminars, a wide range of lectures, artist talks and discussions opened the Campus to a public debate on teaching and learning in the Anthropocene. During the opening weekend of the Anthropocene Campus, the instructors presented the seminar topics and methodologies. Parallel to the seminars, three different artistic perspectives on the Anthropocene were presented and discussed in talks and lectures. On the final two days of the Campus, a Forum invited Instructors and guests to table talks and group discussions about the plurality of knowledge forms and on the key terms of the Anthropocene Curriculum.

Opening Weekend

During the opening weekend, the instructors introduced the nine Campus Seminars to the public, explaining their topics and methodologies by each presenting a specific case study. more...

Earthbound Knowledge: A Forum I

In three parallel table talks, the Forum reflected upon the plurality of knowledge. Up for debate was: access to knowledge, its application and public organization, its preconditions and experiential foundations; but also the necessity of a responsible approach to uncertainties. more...

Earthbound Knowledge: A Forum II

In a series of discussions, the thematic foci of the Campus were analyzed: Can key terms such as complexity, scales, experimentation, or global ethics do justice to multifaceted forms of knowledge? How can productive interconnections be established? more...

Artist Stimuli

In talks and lectures, several artistic approaches towards the Anthropocene were presented and engaged with the Anthropocene Campus. Guest included Territorial Agency, Pinar Yoldas and The Otolith Group. more...