WHY TALK TO ANIMALS.
A Trilogy by Mobile Academy Berlin



In the arena: Václav Vydra and demon and Gustav
In the Laboratory: Cord Riechelmann, Karin Harrasser, Marek Spinka and Ute Holl
Photo: Sergey Lelyuh

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May 2015
>> PART1: CONFERENCE
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EXPERTS
>> ABSTRACTS

September 2015
>> PART2: THE SHOOTING
>> LINE UP IN THE ARENA
>> COUPLES IN THE ARENA
>> SCIENTISTS IN THE LABORATORY
>> FILM & RADIO
>> VIDEO DOCUMENTATION (excerpt)

December 2015 / February 2016
>> Part3: The Product

 

 

 

WHY TALK TO ANIMALS.

PART 2:
The Shooting

THE SCIENTIST IN THE LABORATORY:

Karin Harrasser is professor for Cultural Studies at Art University Linz. Her last publication is Kör-per 2.0. Über die technische Erweiterbarkeit des Menschen, Bielefeld: transcript 2013.

Max Haas (Berlin) is cultural scientist and dramaturge and writes his PhD. His research fields em-brace animal studies and performance aesthetic –specially poststructuralism, new materialism and pragmatism.

Dr. Ute Holl (Basel) is professor for media studies at Basel University. Her work has focused on the critical epistemology and perception of cinema, historiography of media, science history and film.

Biologist and philosopher Cord Riechelmann (Berlin) teaches at University of Arts Berlin. He writes about the return of the wild animals to the city and vindicates the crows.

Dr. Marek Spinka (Prague) is ethologist and researches on the behavior and welfare of pigs and other species at the Institute of Animal Sciences Prague.

Marco Stella (Prague) is Doctor in Anthropology. His main research topic is the role of animals and animal depictions in the natural sciences around 1900.

 


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