Guided tour with experts Anna-Sophie Springer and Etienne Turpin
Anna-Sophie Springer is an independent curator, writer, and the Co-Director of K. Verlag in Berlin. Her research-based practice merges curatorial, editorial, and artistic commitments by stimulating fluid relations among images, artifacts, and texts in order to produce new geographical, physical, and cognitive proximities. Currently, she is a Visiting Lecturer at Institut Kunst, Basel, and a Ph.D. student at the Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths, where she examines the financialization of nature and the role of natural history collections in a time of ecological collapse and mass extinction.
Etienne Turpin is a philosopher and Founding Director of anexact office in Jakarta, Indonesia. He studies and designs knowledge infrastructure and produces platforms, exhibitions, and publications by combining design, archival research, documentary, and ethnography. Turpin also works as a Research Scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he coordinates the Humanitarian Infrastructures Group and co-directs the PetaBecana.id disaster mapping project for the Urban Risk Lab.