New date: Awne – an open workshop session with Lars Holdhus
The new date for the Awne workshop session, that was cancelled 27 October, is 7 November 16:00-19:00 CET.
For practical reasons we decided to hold it online, and all who are interested can join it on Zoom. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up and get the Zoom link.
Awne is an approach to art-making where natural farming, agroforestry, Buddhism, cosmo-centric farming, biocultural systems, forest gardening and biomimicry meet sound and art. By looking at different ways of positioning yourself as nature (instead of in nature) you can take a different approach to your own practice. By exploring and applying Awne you can increase your awareness of different processes that occur around us, the complexity of these processes, the sustainability of your practice and your place as nature.
The session on 7 November will be mapping out contemporary theories about ecology, and discussing foraging, fermentation, sustainable food diets, preservation and their social and cultural roles.
This session is one of the series of workshops led by Lars Holdhus as part of the symposium The Only Lasting Truth is Change.
Lars Holdhus is an artist and electronic music producer based in Norway. Holdhus’ works reflect a strong sense of rhythm, seriality and melody, as well as a deep immersion in technology. In his recent works, Holdhus has been addressing tendencies in machine learning, AI and ecology. He is releasing music under the moniker TCF and is associated with PAN based in Berlin. http://www.larsholdhus.com/
The Only Lasting Truth is Change
The Only Lasting Truth is Change is a durational symposium investigating future configurations of art, technology, nature and power. It is organised by BEK with support from Norsk kulturråd, Fritt Ord, Bergen kommune, and in cooperation with Ekko, Østre, Aerial, Radio Multe and KORO’s project STUDIO. Graphic design by Vera Gomes.
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Images: Lars Holdhus. Portrait photo of Lars Holdhus: Matthijs Diederiks.