My first peer-reviewed publication "Visualizing The Vibrant Materiality of Place: artistic experiments on polluted sediment and the anthropogenic evolution of minerals" is now online at Anthropocene Curriculum in the Anthropocene Markers dossier.
I've had the pleasure to be a scientist-in-residence at ZKM Karlsruhe this spring. The residency was partly connected to the exhibition "The Beauty of Early Life" and partly connected to the "Driving the Human" project. Exploring deep time and evolution, the residency is leading toward a written publication.
I am honored to be connected to "Driving the Human: Seven prototypes for Ecosocial renewal" as an expert/mentor, which includes giving online and in-person coaching sessions with the winners and engaging with the community. In spring, I attended an in-person event in Munich.