How to Measure the Ecological Development of a Zoöp?
In this second workshop of the zoöp research facility the participants work out the concept for an instrument that will be able to indicate the ecological development of a zoöp.
This workshop on capturing the ecological, zoonomic developments within a cross-species collaboration is the second in a series of meetings of the research group working towards the realisation of a zoöp. Each workshop focuses on a different aspect of the establishment and maintenance of such a cooperative. In the first one, for example, the legal representation of non-humans is discussed.
What is the most reliable, robust, sufficiently deep yet simple way to establish the ecological (zoönomic) development of a zoöp? What are the key qualities to be assessed? What excact development has to be measured? How can remote sensing best be combined with data from local sensors and human assessments and experiences? The workshop will also design how this instrument should inform the actions of the foundation that will act on behalf of the non-humans that are partners in the zoöp. In this workshop we’ll focus on the characteristics of the location of our research biotope: Het Nieuwe Instituut, as well as on the location of the first pilot-zoöp to be established in Fort Abcoude.
This workshop is organised in collaboration with Border Sessions festival in The Hague.
See the full report of this session.
Artists, (digital) designers, coders, philosophers that have experience with ecological regeneration / satellite data / sensors and or apps can pariticipate. Please mail a short motivation to firstname.lastname@example.org cc email@example.com