Individual routes have been mapped out through the spaces and the Neuhaus programme based on a number of overarching themes. The ‘learning trails’ enable participants to discover how the chosen subject manifests itself in different ways in different programmes, and how it connects with other learning trails. The trails have been built around the following seven themes: the collective body, sensory perception, inclusive urban development, different time scales, the role of matter, and communication between species.
The Collective Bodies learning trail makes an inventory of the possibilities for collaboration between groups and species and also investigates the risks of collective behaviour.
The Extended Senses learning trail investigates whether the functioning of the senses can be enhanced, and how technological sensory capabilities can enrich perception.
The Multispecies Urbanism learning trail concentrates on inclusive forms of urban development, which takes the needs of all the species that inhabit a city into consideration.
The Time Worlds learning trail asks what can be learned from more-than-human time scales in order to understand what it means to live in a more-than-human world.
The Meeting Matter learning trail explores (design) approaches in which the continuity of matter supersedes the transience of the material.
The Other Subjectivities learning trail investigates the subjective perceptions of other human and more-than-human entities.
The More-Than-Human Languages learning trail aims to gain insight into the languages of all beings with whom humans must be able to communicate in order to really live and work together.