The exhibition Another Matter explored new ways of relating to the more-than-human and inquires into the social, material, and aesthetic conditions of the so-called Anthropocene. The exhibited works examine matters of concern beyond anthropocentrism, following Donna Haraway’s call for tentacular thinking. As an aperture towards new understandings, it brings together artifacts, sketches, notes, and vignettes from a range of ongoing research processes. Presented as an assemblage of in-progress works ranging from video- and installation-based to sculpture and painting, the exhibition embraces the potential of the unfinished to open up new discourses and pose continuously new questions. This Eexhibition was developed by the UdK Experimental Film and Media Art Class with the curatorial support of Vanina Saracino.
Cemre Bayatlier, Valentina Berthelon, Paulina Durinova, Lisa Hoffmann, Hayate Kobayashi, Stella Krämer Horta, Felix Ansmann Müller, Michaël Reinhold, Nerya Shohat Silberberg, Lisa Maria Steppacher and Sammi Straub