Workshop and exhibition visit MU Hybrid Art House, Eindhoven

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Workshop and exhibition visit MU Hybrid Art House, Eindhoven
Name Workshop and exhibition visit MU Hybrid Art House, Eindhoven
Location MU Hyprid Art House
Date 2024/07/18
Time 10:00—12:30
PeopleOrganisations Hackers & Designers, MU
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Note: you can travel with us from campsite het Wilde Weg, or meet us at MU!    Join us on an excursion to MU in Eindhoven where we will visit double exhibition Hulda, Lilli & the Roach by Maija Tammi and Transmission by Touki Delphine. MU educator Lieke will host a special workshop and conversation for us to think and talk about the projects we'll see there.

Hulda, Lilli & The Roach by Maija Tammi

They are called Hulda & Lilli, and simply by giving them a name you feel closer to them. Hulda & Lilli are a chameleon and a locust in this story by the Finnish artist Maija Tammi. How can we feel closer to these non-human beings? In Maija's second work On The Third Day you get to know an intoxicated cockroach that wakes up in a dark cave. But how did it get there? And what is the growing thing between its legs? The roach has three days to figure it all out. 

Art, science, nature, culture, stories, and research all come together in Maija's work. 


Transmission by Touki Delphine

Far from the noise made by humans and technology rule, is an underground world full of life. A world where plants, organisms and fungi whisper undisturbed in their own language.

Touki Delphine is a group of artists from Amsterdam. They believe that humans can learn a lot from listening to this underground life. Their installation TRANSMISSION lets us experience the mysterious underground network in surprising ways. With buzzing brake lines, hissing snakes and glowing reflectors from the junkyard, they show you the most complex natural system on earth. 

Short documentary The Underground Astronaut can also be seen at MU. Filmmaker Marleine van der Werf shows how biologist Toby Kiers maps plants and fungi from all over the world to understand how they work together. 

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