Meet the SOTAN Network – A Three-Year Transdisciplinary Nordic-Baltic Network
Humus economicus, represented by Malin Lobell and Janna Holmstedt, is exited about being part of this amazing, transdisciplinary network of artists, practitioners, researchers, and organizations who have come together to discuss the role, responsibility, and potential of art and culture in the Anthropocene.
By developing creative practices, transdisciplinary collaborations, and public engagement, the network aims to create resilience and concrete actions for living the change in culture, economy, and environment, and to find concrete hands-on methods to deal with the Anthropocene and environmental crisis. The network wants to strengthen competencies in remote hosting and participation as well as practical sustainability, which will be applied in the production of the activities and throughout the network
State of the Art Network, SOTAN is initiated and headed by Bioart Society/SOLU in Finland. The Posthumanities Hub is a partner and co-pi. SOTAN is supported by Nordic Culture Point, Nordic Culture Fund, and A. P. Møller Foundation.