Künstlerische Forschung

Both in artistic research projects and in teaching, walks are used to investigate the perception of space. Walking together is regarded as a constellation in order to recognize and influence the fa...
The focus of our long-standing project Connected in Isolation was initially on the different descriptions of processes and ways of representing objects of nature from art and science - their detach...
The microblogging platform tumblr is known for a culture of image-collecting and curating that has been primarily influenced by (female, queer/trans*, PoC) teenagers and twentysomethings. When brow...
The debate around climate change has become a mainstream issue in society. Students and schoolchildren are increasingly politically engaged, and this also requires an agility on the part of institu...
For his latest book, Along Ecological Lines: Contemporary Art and Climate Crisis (2019), Barnaby Drabble traveled across Europe by bicycle, in order to investigate various projects and initiatives ...
Humus is generally found in the uppermost layer of the earth – from around ten to thirty centimeters in depth – and is a vulnerable and fragile substance. This part of the soil is a key habitat for...
The EcoArtLab at the Bern University of the Arts is a pilot project that aims to investigate how the interplay between artistic research and human geography or climate science can best contribute t...