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Save the date! Opening of Sex Ecologies, a collaborative exhibition project between Kunsthall Trondheim and the Seed Box

Dec 9, 2021 is the opening of Sex Ecologies, a collaborative exhibition project between Kunsthall Trondheim and the Seed Box, fostering artistic research at the intersection with the environmental...

15 June, 2021

The Shit Project

The Shit Project brings together artists and scientific researchers on the subject of municipal sewage...

31 May, 2021

Katja Aglert participates in exhibition with new art work “Penumbra Tales”

Exhibition "Freedom Of Sleep" curated by Anabelle Lacroix, 21 April - 16 May 2021 at Fondation Fiminco,...

10 May, 2021

The voice of children in times of crisis

Who listens to the children when schools are closed down and we are warned of a "lost...

26 April, 2021

Repair for a Broken Economy: Lessons for Circular Economy from an International Interview Study of Repairers

First article from researchers in Seedbox project Values of Repair Practices published in...

19 April, 2021

New article from Seedbox researchers Hansson, Anshelm, Fridahl and Haikola published in Frontiers

The article from Seedbox researchers Anders Hansson, Jonas Anshelm, Mathias Fridahl and Simon Haikola, has been published in...

13 April, 2021

(Bio)art & ecologies of non/living matters

The Seed Box researcher Marietta Radomska will be a part of the webinar "(Bio)art & ecologies of non/living matters" on April...

12 April, 2021

AI and the Posthumanities

On April 22, The Posthumanities Hub will hold a seminar on ‘AI and the Posthumanities’ with an exciting list of speakers, including Professor Jesper Olsson from The Seed...

12 April, 2021

New annual report

The new annual report from The Seed Box is now...

6 April, 2021

“Archipelagic Rehearsals” – Attemptive Thinking Through Practicing Textual Artistic Research

Katja Aglert, artistic leader and co-director of the Seed Box environmental humanities collaboratory writes in relation to her artistic research with lecture performance, more-than-human...

5 April, 2021