Each organic or technological being perceives his or her environment through his or her own collection of senses (see the Extended Senses trail). Because each species (and each individual) has its own needs and its own history, they will interpret the signals they perceive in different ways. In this way all beings create their own worlds within a world that they also share. When the various beings and species have to work together it is important that they understand each other’s different perceptions.
Other Subjectivities in the Neuhaus Curriculum
Activities in the context of this learning trail
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
Arvid&Marie – The Universal Declaration of Machines Rights
During the workshop with artist duo Arvid&Marie, citizens learn about the debate of machine rights, its importance and its critics. With a hands on legal and performative approach, participants will draft complaints and defences towards a design for the Universal Declaration of Rights for Machines.