Living Symphonies at Epping Forest by Jones/Bulley


Text by Meritxell Rosell Western thinking and practice over the last centuries have brought a tangible separation of human beings from the rest of the natural world. Many scientists, artists and intellectuals have reflected on this disconnection from the natural:  from Thoreau in the early 19th century to Lovelock and Margulis – who formulated the […]

ANNIKE FLO, scenographic perspectives of the Anthropocene


Interview by Tina Gorjanc Annike Flo takes part in one of the expanding new branches of design, which interacts with science and technology in order to make sense of the effects of our current geological age. Viewed as the period during which human activity has been the dominant influence on climate and the environment, Flo’s […]