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A Look Back: Summer Lab 2016


While our current Summer Lab kicks off in Paris, we’re reflecting on last year’s programme that took place in Ljubljana. 


Participants engaged in a 3-day trip, starting from the University Botanic Gardens Ljubljana to the Ljubljana Marsh Nature Park and the Planina Cave, focusing on the changing interrelations and correlations imposed by the increasing pollution on the fragile equilibrium of Ljubljana’s marsh ecosystem. The lab, organized by Bunker and moderated by Nataša Petrešin Bachelez and Nevenka Koprivšek, allowed participants to observe and give voice to Ljubljana’s non-human marsh dwellers like waters, plants and animals.


To learn more about the lab and Ljublijana, check out Bunker’s video about the event: 



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