Satellietgroep @ Littoral 2014 Lithuania
| 2014-10-10 09:43:38
HOW TO BECOME AN EXPLORER IN THE KNOWN WORLD?
'Expedition Eridanos' workshop during the scientific coastal conference Littoral 2014 'Facing Present and Future Coast Challenges' with co-curator Ronald Boer, philosopher Bram Esser & designer Francois Lombarts on September 24 13:20-15:30 at Klaipeda University, Lithuania and on board.
Littoral 2014 addresses the crucial need to understand increasing anthropogenic pressure and ongoing global and regional changes as present and future challenges.
Expedition Eridanos is an ongoing fieldresearch and during Littoral Bram Esser and Francois Lombarts engage scientists into a tactile guided experience. They host a workshop how to become an explorer in the known world, following the technique of narrative research which they explore during Expedition Eridanos: travelling on foot on the shores from the innovative Sand Engine in the Netherlands to the origins of the sand in the Northern Baltic Sea.
They seek to understand and unlock the coastal landscape, not by unraveling myths, but by creating new ones.
More information: www.balticlagoons.net/littoral2014
With special thanks to the Dutch Embassy in Lithuania, Klaipeda University, Littoral 2014 and Nida Art Colony.