Krisen sichtbar machen
Dialoge zwischen Wissenschaft, Kunst und Design
[Making Crises Visible. Dialogue between Science, Art, and Design]
Published by Springer Verlag, 2021 | ISBN 978-3-658-35079-6
Krisen sichtbar machen continues different dialogues between science, art and design, which were the basis of the interdisciplinary exhibition project Making Crises Visible at the Senckenberg Naturmuseum. The reflections of this exhibition are now given an additional framework that further expands the spectrum in theory and practice. The volume thus takes up the increasingly important debate in all disciplines about new forms of knowledge generation, knowledge and science communication - and asks what contribution these can make to overcoming political, economic and ecological crises. The productive diversity of approaches and forms of knowledge is reflected in the different formats and perspectives it brings together.
New, dialogic format of science communication
Handbook for knowledge transfer projects
Multi-perspective from science, art and design
Felix Kosok and Ellen Wagner, as research assistants at the University of Art and Design, were jointly responsible for the artistic direction of the project Making Crises Visible.
Stefan Kroll was the coordinator of the Leibniz Research Alliance "Crises in a Globalised World".
Verena Kuni is Professor of Visual Culture at the Goethe University Frankfurt/Main and, among other things, developed mediation formats for the interdisciplinary exhibition object together with students in KRISENSTAB.
Hande Abay-Gaspar, Jana Bleckmann, Kim Borgenheimer, Nicole Deitelhoff, Rainer Forst, Anne Gräfe, Felix Große-Lohmann, Dominik Herold, Klaus Hesse, Annabelle Hornung, Julian Junk, Till Kloos, Felix Kosok, Stefan Kroll, Verena Kuni, Katharina Liesenberg, Darrell Moellendorf, Volker Moosbrugger, Martin Müller, Clara Nigratschka, Paul Pape, Anton Peez, Reinhard Schulz-Schaeffer, Manjana Sold, Liina Tõnisson, Aileen Treusch, Kai Weidemann, Ellen Wagner, Lina Weiss