Uroboros Festival: Feral Bodies, Synthetic Rituals (curator)

Markéta Dolejšová (Curator), Lenka Hamosova (Curator), Michal Kucerak (Curator), Enrique Encinas (Curator)

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Uroboros is an annual festival for artistic & design research experiments with diverse means of living with and caring for more-than-human ecologies.

Our co-creative inquiry and activities are inspired by the symbol of Uroboros – a self-devouring serpent that changes its shape and form in an eternal cycle of re-creation, using its own body as fuel. The Uroboros embodies contemporary social, environmental, and political frustrations: it offers a promise of new beginnings as well as endless returns; a willingness to move forward as well as the inability to break out of the normative, extractivist practice of business as usual.

The information on artistic outputs in the Aalto Research Portal follows the reporting guidelines of Finland’s Ministry of Education and Culture. Therefore, each contribution requiring independent artistic activity is reported separately. For full details of the work and its contributors, please refer to information provided by the publisher.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationPrague, Czech Republic
PublisherUroboros Festival
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2023
MoE publication typeF2 Partial implementation of a work of art or performance
EventUroboros Festival - Prague, Czech Republic
Duration: 2 Nov 20239 Dec 2023

Field of art

  • Contemporary art
  • Design


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