‘Speculative Storytelling with Living Materials’ by Sarah Lugthart and Hazal Ertürkan.
A Caradt researcher’s workshop proposal has been selected for the ELIA Biennale. The workshop, ‘Speculative Storytelling with Living Materials’, was put forward by Hazal Ertürkan and Sarah Lugthart, Caradt researcher in the Situated Art and Design group. The conference will take place in Helsinki, Finland, from 23-26 November.
‘Speculative Storytelling with Living Materials’ builds on the work of the ‘Miraculous Futures’ workshop and the ‘Living Materials’ card deck that was developed in collaboration with Affect Lab.
It was one of 64 proposals that ELIA’s steering group and jury selected from a pool of 106 submissions. The selected proposals represent 24 countries. Several sessions in different formats will be held at the Biennale.
‘[…] ELIA Biennial 2022 seeks to create an open, exploratory space for all. A place where the unique complexities facing Higher Education in the arts today can be picked up, turned over and closely examined, to see what lies beneath. […]’