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Economia: The Limited Edition - Exhibition

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Economia - The Limited Edition: Exhibition
Gabriela Baka

Baltan presents the Economia Expo that consists of multiple art installations and video works, inviting visitors to critically explore how to invert the paradigm of unlimited growth. The exhibition consists of three themes: Nature’s Economies; Shifting Value; and Re-Designing Infrastructures.

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Nature’s Economies

Could our economy be a reflection of nature, a closed system that grows, thrives and dies?
Artworks: Wither by Thijs Biersteker; Viral Nature - HereNowArcadia by Martina Taranto; Shifting Geology by Silvia Noronha.

Shifting Value

Can this shift in the notion of value, besides saving us from an environmental crisis, also improve our well being and make us more fulfilled?
Artworks: Always Trust Me by Gijs de Boer; Building Climate Futures by Cassandra; Outside, inside my nature by Alessandro Cugola and Gianmarco Causi.

Re-designing Infrastructures

Could redesigning the building blocks of our economy trigger a bigger change on a societal level?
Artworks: Isabot by Ottonie von Roeder; Memories of Stream City by Stephane LAB; Immeasurable Range by Boey Wang.

Economia is powered by Joanknecht and kindly supported by Creative Industries Fund NL, Province Noord-Brabant, Stichting Cultuur Eindhoven and the Creative Europe program of the European Union in the context of the GREEN Revisited program.

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Baltan Laboratories

Baltan Laboratories is a platform for experimentation on the crossroads of art, design, science and technology. By placing art and design research at the core of its activities, Baltan explores the implications, promises and pitfalls of our (technological) society.

Baltan translates these ideas into different outputs, including collaborations, events, workshops, storytelling, publications and expos, creating a space for reflection, research and experimentation.