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Hilde Skancke Pedersen, Eana, 2018 © Courtesy the artist. Photo: Andreas Ausland

About the programme

Sensing Nature from Within includes an extensive programme of lectures, talks, and performances.

The programme is developed in close collaboration with Agenda 2030 Graduate School at Lund University. It provides opportunities for visitors to immerse themselves in questions which the artworks in the exhibition address while also complementing the exhibition with new points of entries.

The programme is structured around four central themes:
• The understanding of the human/nature relation within modernity.
• Finding new ways of understanding the world.
• Nature as a legal subject.
• Intelligence, language and emotion in a more-than- human world.

These themes will be discussed in four seminars spread out over the entire exhibition period. Artistic interpretations of the issues which the project concerns will also be presented in the form of performance and dance. In addition to this, the museum will offer guided tours, workshops and other activities for children and adults.

Calendar events

  • Symposium
  • Recommended

On the Affinity Between Human and Mountain

In Swedish

  • Symposium
  • Recommended

Should nature be granted legal rights?

In English, In Swedish

  • Performance
  • Recommended

Monstra

  • Symposium
  • Recommended

Listen to the Trees and Talk with the Flowers

In English

  • Symposium
  • Recommended

Inner transformation for a sustainable world

In English

  • Performance
  • Recommended

The Giant Clam

In English, In Swedish

  • Performance
  • Recommended

The Giant Clam

In English

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