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“The Table and the Territory” Laboratory to Foster Discussion about Sustainable Culture

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Artists and scientists will come together next week to confront visions of practitioners, philosophers, searchers, other specialists and their own around feeding the world, particularly in big cities, in a sustainable way.

 

COAL’s laboratory of sustainable culture is launching its second session, ‘The Table and the Territory,’ on 6 July placed under the National Adaptation Plan to Climate Change. Ten artists from Imagine 2020’s partners will join curator Peter de Rooden and experts selected by COAL at Paris’ last active farm accessible by subway for four days of workshop sessions, lectures and debates around cultural stakes of sustainable feeding to imagine collaborative solutions in Saint-Denis farm. We hope that these important conversations and experiments will help the participants and experts alike to envision a new kind of sustainable future for Saint Denis and contribute to the transition of a traditional farm to a new stronghold of a sustainable farming and agriculture.

 

Learn more: http://www.projetcoal.org/coal/en/2017/04/14/une-ferme-des-cultures-du-monde-%C3%A0-saint-denis/

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