June 30, 2022
River Stories. A Walkshop Along the Spree & Panke
As a joint collaboration with the Mosse Lectures, the event led participants along the two rivers to explore Berlin from a hydrological, historical and literary perspective. Artists and scientists provided input at different stations along the way.
April 22-24, 2022
Too Little. Too Dirty. Salons on the Future of Water.
Inspired by the Berlin salons of the 18th century, the event series filled with performances, art and science took place at the Humboldt Labor in the Humboldt Forum. The performative-discursive evenings explored the most pressing water challenges of the 21st century.
Jan 29-30, Feb 1, 2022
Speakers’ Corner on the Future of Water
A pop up within a shopping centre captured passerbys with art works, activities and exchanges with scientists. It sparked discussions about water from different vantage points and began the process of making sustainable water futures public.
May 18, 2022
Building Sustainable Water Futures
As part of the special feature The Frontlines of Environmental Politics in Europe in the Journal Europe Now, Pauline Münch & Jörg Niewöhner analyze the challenges facing water in the Berlin-Brandeburg region and potentials of building sustainable water futures through art and transdisciplinary collaborations.