Baltic Sea Lab: Hidaka Ohmu pavillion

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Abstract

The Baltic Sea Lab develops ways and concrete tools to identify and activate local communities to promote sea health. Many people would like to do more for the well-being of the seas, but cannot find ways to do that. Scientists or authorities, on the other hand, know what should be done, but they might lack enough resources. The Baltic Sea Lab aims to connect these groups through conversations, knowledge exchange and workshops.

The Baltic Sea Lab comes to live at A-Bloc in Otaniemi. The Hidaka Ohmu pavillion serves as a stage and shelter for conversations on sustainability and ocean health and interventions from CreaTures EU research participants, such as Namkyu Chun's Fashion Confession to the Sea.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationEspoo
Publication statusPublished - 16 Nov 2020
MoE publication typeF2 Public partial realisation of a work of art
EventBaltic Sea Lab - Espoo, Finland
Duration: 1 Nov 20205 Dec 2020
https://creatures-eu.org/productions/baltic-sea-lab/

Keywords

  • Sustainable design
  • regenerative practice
  • CreaTures
  • Baltic Sea Lab
  • sea helath
  • ocean literacy
  • baltic

Field of art

  • Design

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