TAB 2017 Anthropocene Island

TAB 2017 Curated Exhibition, Main Hall / Photo: Tõnu Tunnel 2017

On 14th of September TAB 2017 Curated Exhibition “Anthropocene Island” opened at the  and will run until the 27th of October. Head curator Claudia Pasquero said:  “Anthropocene Island invites architectural offices, artists and scientists on a collective project focused on the relationship between nature and the city in the Anthropocene age. The curatorial strategy operates on a prototypical site, the peninsula of Paljassaare in Tallinn as both project site and as case study of an Anthropocene landscape, the inevitable frontier of future urbanity”.

Head Curator: Claudia Pasquero
Assistant Curator: Alice Buoli
Exhibition Design: ecoLogicStudio
Graphic Design: AKU
Producers: Eve Arpo and Maria Kristiin Peterson, Estonian Centre of Architecture
Catalogue: Lucy Bullivant

Alisa Andrasek SWARMOLOGY series Baltic Scale
Maj Plemenitas Linkscale Cross Scale Relations
Edouard Cabay Appareil Cartographical fiction
Heather Barnett Resilient Topographies
Claudia Pasquero and Marco Poletto ecoLogicStudio Anthroponece Islands
Noumena Robotic Habitat
Studio Unseen SEEM[N]EST
Urban Morphogenesis Lab The Bartlett UCL Polycephalum
Rachel Armstrong Newcastle University SEEM[N]EST
BiotA LabThe Bartlett UCL Viscous Biomaterials
IAAC LiveCycles

Baltic Sea Scale

150×150 km @50m

Tallinn City Scale

7.5×7.5 km @10m

Paljiassaare Peninsula Scale

3×3 km @0.5m

Architectural Scale

0.5×0.5 km @0.01m

Material Scale

1x1m @5mm

Bacterial Scale

0.1mx0.1m @0.1mm