The main curated exhibition, titled Anthropocene Island, takes place at the Museum of Estonian Architecture.
Artists and scientists are invited to collaborate in recomposing the peninsula of Paljassaare. This part of Tallinn represents a prototypical case study of a landscape, that is rich in biodiversity and heavily anthropic. As such, it is currently shaped by two forms of conservative ideology: environmentalism, that strives to maintain the site as it is, in a state of illusionary wilderness; and commercial development, that envision its transformation into an ideal green city.
Estonian Museum of Architecture
Eesti Arhitektuurimuuseum, Ahtri, Kesklinn, Tallin, Estonia