An agri-cultural network for exploration

#01 (BIO) DIVERSITY? OPORTUNITIES FROM CRISIS

EXPLORATIONS

Farmers, designers, artists, researchers, a communications specialist, a specialist in corporate governance and innovation, and a regional development manager worked together on the topic of diversity, from biological, agronomic and anthropological perspectives. This participatory design workshop enabled the  participants and facilitators to share their perspectives to generate a co-understanding of (bio-)diversity. The workshop was hosted at Aspmayrhof, Wangen-Vanga, courtesey of Margareth Kaserer and Simon Steinburger. Read More

#agri-culture #bio-diversity #biodiversity #collective learning #explorations #food timeline #opportunities #workshop

ERICA BOITO

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Field of Action: Arts and education. Currently based in Trentino - Alto Adige. I'm interested in rituals, symbols, food, living landscape, medical plants, and  the practices of caring on individual, community and environment leveles. I'm looking for a team and new collaborations to develop long-term and field-based projects, with poetry. I can offer: sensitivity, creative problem solving, enthusiasm, networking, critical skills, design and organisational skills, time. Read More

#art #commons #education #facilitator #food #medical plants #research #rituals

ALASTAIR FUAD-LUKE

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Professor of Design Research, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Alto Adige/Südtirol, Italy. Founder of muu-baa. Facilitator, educator, writer and activist. I believe that design, openness and sharing are key attitudes to developing viable agri-cultures. My expertise is in facilitating polydisciplinary projects through co-design processes and design activism. Read More

#activism #co-design #design #openness #polydisciplnary