A boring stone #urban art

Which places, which settings and which materials can you discover when you are outside in the city, in areas where nature has a “space” like parks, gardens, possibly woods or beach (depending on which city you are). Can we listen to the voices of nature in an urban context in Hamm? in Bologna? In any city? Is there something like a boring stone? What can a tree tell us about the relation between humans and the environment they belong to? The example could invite participants to a meeting between the city and nature. Here and elsewhere, take a new look at its urban environment expressing nature (ecology/living
In times of Covid19, how can we explore those stakes using urban art/site-specific means? What methodology may conduct an artistic work-process based on the exploration of an urban landscape where nature coexists? Can we invent a strategy for ecological story-telling by changing perspectives? Can we evolve in our reception of nature ? Not as a stage-set of our lives but as a living, changing,
developing and also dying organism. What (utopian) forms of coexistence of human nature and environment will exist in the future?
Environmental issues will be taken as a topic to illustrate how the methodology may create a space for a creative youth workgroup. But for the potential end-up users, the methodology will be described in order to be available to explore any key topic.

Designing partners: Helios Theater Hamm, Exquorum Evora

Testing partner: Consol Theater