We invite you in our rooms to a journey of Good Sustainable Living with addressing the eyes, hands, body, ears and nose. The exhibition follows the exhibition“Transformation” and the many criticisms we have repeatedly made of the unsustainable life of society. It shows a vision, a positive utopia with object, image, audio, installation and video.
Exhibit May 5 – June 16, 2023, Fridays and Tuesdays 5-8 p.m., events starting at 7 p.m.
Fri, 5/26 Reading: “Climate Futures 2050” by Robin Bergauf and Burkhard Wetekam.
The authors question the utopian aspects of climate futures. What vision can a computer develop, what promise lies in building artificial self-sufficient countries in the ocean?
At the end of April, the anthology “Klimazukünfte 2050” (Climate futures 2050), which emerged from the literary competition of the same name, was presented at the Leipzig Book Fair. We are pleased to present the book in cooperation with Hirnkost-Verlag as part of our exhibition.
Burkhard Wetekam (C) TA
Klaus Farin and Stephan Groß will be the moderators.
Stephan Groß will be present from 5 pm.
Robin Bergauf (C) TA
Tues, 5/30 5-8pm Stephan Groß will be in attendance.
Climate crisis: what are the options for individual and collective resilience? How can a good life be designed for you and the planet in the future? The consequences of the climate crisis are becoming more and more visible. In addition to the consequences for the environment and biodiversity, the climate crisis will have health consequences for all of us. The mental and physical health of many people will be affected. Michael Rapp presents scientific findings on these questions in a generally understandable way and thus wants to initiate an open discussion on the topic.
Tom Albrecht will be present starting at 5 p.m.
Lecture with talk: Scientists for Future, Prof. Dr. med. Dr. phil. Michael Rapp, Uni Potsdam “The good life for you and the planet”, Photo (C) TA
Prof. Dr. med. Dr. phil. Michael Rapp: Cognition to Collection, Photo: (C) TA
Praying for “Good Sustainable Living” (GNL) is independent of religion or known faith communities. Prayer is to awaken and strengthen strength for the GNL. GNL supports the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.
7 p.m. Finissage with music performance by Kopi Kaputa: “Last but not least”.
Kopi Kaputa with Alfred Banze and Stephan Groß: “Zu guter Letzt”, photo (C) TA
Kopi Kaputa with Stephan Groß: “Last but not least”, Photo (C) TA