Today, synthetic molecules permeate every sphere of the planet. They are characterized by unprecedented environmental toxicity, dramatic planetary changes and collective species mutations. How can we situate our bodies, identities and fears in the midst of an alienating environment?
Mary Maggic will invite you to discuss toxic biopolitics and experiment with (artistic) means to overcome normative notions of the body. Find out more via:

For the , choreographer and researcher Moritz Frischkorn shares his 'Great Report' on a weekly basis. Together with different artist he travelled to various places connected through the movement of objects in today's capitalism. Dive into the seemingly idyllic island of Crete and and get an idea of the logistics of paradise here ➡️


In her lab module, audio sculptor and poem producer AGF invites you to discover your surrounding with your own ears – to tell personal "extinction stories". In the tradition of her platform for political listening, you will discuss the impact of sound aesthetics and challenge your attention for your environment. Join the ➡️

Join the Environmental Performance Agency for their “Multispecies Care Survey”! As part of the you will explore the agency of undervalued species, life forms and co-habitants of our urban spaces. Practice public engagement by de-centering human supremacy and co-generate embodied plant-human care practices!

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Two weeks ago we finished off that wouldn't have been possible without the support of our funding partners and sponsors! Find the first impressions here:

Photographer (c) Katharina Dubno

Thank you for contributing to – which was quite an experiment for us. Especially we have to share our endless gratitude towards our amazing for making this festival edition – despite all odds – come true! Lots of lovvvve to you! 💚
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- today B3 Biennial of the Moving Image focusing on TRUTHS starts! From October 9th to 18th 2020 you can watch film screenings as well as art, games, VR/XR and conference program. Get your ticket:

Design: Tobias Rauch
Sound design: Zoé Mahlau

The end of the festival does not mean the end of the conversations. With the , presents a sustainable, digital satellite of the festival, on which the discourses will be continued, deepened and enriched with further impulses over the course of several months. Participate soon! 🌿

Day 7 - beware of today’s highlights! We are looking forward to wrap-up this week and finishing off with the premiere of “Songs of Cyborgoise” by BBB_ ➡️

Meet The NODE Institute at . This quick panel is dedicated to the question how the global crisis changes the way we can teach and share our knowledge within creative communities. With David Brüll, Stefan Kraus, Christine Mayerhofer, Wieland Hilker and Markus Heckmann. ⏰ Oct 7 – 8 - 8.30pm CEST ➡️

Making Kin: Join the Environmental Performance Agency’s Ellie Irons, Christopher Kennedy, Andrea Haenggi + Kat Austen, Sukitoa o Namau and Mary Maggic in conversation on resilience through multispecies care and coexistence ⏰ Oct 6 – 9pm CEST ➡️

How to organize a festival during a pandemic? meets @FIBERfestival. In this session we discuss our shared experience of festivals in times of crisis. Join us at ⏰ 19:30 - 20:00 CEST ➡️

Day 6 - today we have some live coding, deep dives and contributions from Japan. Are you in? ➡️

Facing Extinction: Join Paul Prudence, Antye Greie, Paul Prudence, Britt Wray + Alexander Scholz for a conversation on how artists, designers, and storytellers can help us overcome climate grief and eco-anxiety.
⏰ Oct 6 – 5pm CEST ➡️

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