We are here Venice

Jane da Mosto
Reflective Interaction Group (EnsadLab)

Brice Ammar-Khodja
Samuel Bianchini
Francesca Cozzolino
Sophie Krier
Hugo Scurto
Francesco Sebregondi
weißensee kunsthochschule

Patricia Ribault
Paulina Grebenstein

Robin Hoske

Yanshan Ou
Youran Song
Het Nieuwe Instituut,

Klaas Kuitenbrouwer

Dans Values for Survival Cahier 2 : The Venice Exploratorium
Editors: Caroline Nevejan and Huda Abi Fares
Commissioner: Het Nieuwe Instituut
Co-editors for the article: Sophie Krier & Klaas Kuitenbrouwer
Graphic design (this article only) : Brice Ammar-Khodja

The process consists of four steps that received their definitive labels during the course of the developments documented here. First comes Demarcating – the process of articulating the spatial boundaries of the site of the zoöp in legal, architectonic and ecological terms. The next step is Observing & Sensing the entities that live in it and becoming aware of their relationships. The third stage is that of Characterising the qualities of these relationships and thus the condition of the collective body, which leads to knowing where, when, and how to complete the fourth and final step: Intervening in the zoöp, in order to improve its quality of life.

Each team chose different sites to be observed as proto-zoöps and engaged with these sites through this method. A selection of their findings is documented in the pages below.

A high resolution PDF of the Zoönomic Method pages can be downloaded at the bottom of this page. The graphic design of the pages is by Brice Ammar Khodja. Klaas Kuitenbrouwer and Sophie Krier co-edited the texts, supported by the research teams listed below.

The article can be downloaded from here and the full PDF of the Venice Exploratorium Cahier 2 here.

Text from https://zoop.hetnieuweinstituut.nl/rd/zoonomic-method