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CO3(6)5

04.02.2022 - 03.04.2022

Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art

in Gdansk, Poland

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COLLIDING EPISTEMES: Art, Science, Anthropocenes
a group exhibition curated by Maja and Reuben Fowkes
In the framework of
Studiotopia: Art meets Science in the Anthropocene (2019-2022)

Since 2019, 3 137 has been part of Studiotopia residency program, working closely with Dr. Audrey-Flore Ngomsik, a scientist in Green Chemistry and Sustainable Development.

Now, in the final stage of the program, our project CO3(6)5, will travel in Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art in Gdansk for it's first presentation. The project meets the common interests of Audrey-Flore Ngomsik and
3 137 collective’s practice and will focuses on how the circular economy could be an answer to a more sustainable food system. It is developed around the notions of collaboration, sustainability, and consumption towards climate action and change.

CO3(6)5 can be a commercial brand or an activist movement; it can aim for profit or for climate change. CO3(6)5 presents an experimental awareness campaign, a promise to commit, like people do with hobbies, habits, or political campaigns. It moves from the micro-scale of the house and the domain of consumption, to that of the market, and gradually promotes ways in which these domestic habits of circular economy can be applied in the city. It initiates an analogy between a household and the “public space”, the neighborhood, and connects home care with caring for the ecosystem. 

CO3(6)5 is presented in the exhibition space as a mobile platform, a canteen or a grocery store on wheels, a performative sampler, a cleaning apparatus or a campaign stand. Overall, CO3(6)5 aims to be a transmitter, a loudspeaker, a virus, a means to convey ideas and matter. It is a mechanism that suggests urban care rituals for the natural environment of the city and attempts to link individual routines and efforts to collective demands. Moreover, in a—not too distant—future dystopian scenario, it can serve as an urban survival guide. Knowing how to use and process raw materials as much as possible can be an essential means of resistance and survival.

Filmographer: Daphné Hérétakis
Performer: Eva Vlassopoulou
Sound Designer: Giotis Paraskevaidis
Brand & website designer: Elli Roupaki
Web developer: Christos Tsamardas


CO3(6)5 was realized within the framework of STUDIOTOPIA program at Onassis Stegi with support of the Creative Europe Program of the European Union

 

Read more about CO3(6)5: 

The project

Studiotopia

The exhibition