Mycorrhizal networks or how do I hack plant conversations

Miga Gapševičius

Wo: Workshopraum 3
Wann: Samstag, 10. Juni und Sonntag, 11. Juni, jeweils 17 bis 18 Uhr
Sprache: German
Zielgruppe: Beginners

Teilnahme: spontaneously (please be on time!)
Kosten: 5 Euro

Fungi are able to biodegrade organic and inorganic elements, including slowly degradable elements such as cellulose, toxins, and heavy metals. Fungi are also known for being able to transport chemical elements within their networks and their ability to exchange chemical elements with plants. During the workshop, you will learn how to cultivate Oyster mushrooms and its mycelium. We will also think about possible uses for home and industry.

Über Miga: Mindaugas Gapševičius (Miga) is an artist, facilitator, and curator based in Berlin, Weimar and Vilnius. He has taken part in numerous solo and group exhibitions around Europe and is an active participant in conferences and workshops related to net culture. Miga is running now the kitchen lab project at SchillerPalais with the purpose of opening the first open biolab in Berlin.

This workshop is part of the DIYBio series in Workshop room 3.


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