Autonomous Agents for Regenerative Ecologies (AARE) lab
Landscape degeneration is a phenomenon at planetary scale. Some see this century as the age of ecological regeneration; bringing areas back to life, with the return of water, vegetation and all manner of organisms re-appearing. This would be 'The Great Work' for humanity. But are humans best suited for all aspects of this task? This lab proposes to push the narrative beyond human-centric perspectives. Could landscapes engage in self-regeneration if they form alliances with the right technologies? What would such systems entail?
part of: RandomForests
hosts: Klaas Kuitenbrouwer, Sjef van Gaalen, Theun Karelse
in collaboration with: BorderSessions, Het Nieuwe Instituut