Collective Gathering, Listening and Sharing Workshop
11:00-13:00 - Workshop
On the final day of this session, The Care Pavilion will come together to listen to all three days of stories – some fabricated, some real-all to understand the complex socio-ecologically entangled context of the Anthropocene. They will collectively listen, share, and respond to the many stories shared.
This session will have a series of presentations and engagement opportunities with the public.
Part of the Entangled Stories of the Anthropocene programme by Care Pavilion.
Entangled Stories of the Anthropocene brings light to the complex, conflicted, and intertwined relationships shared between both marginalised human and nonhuman stakeholders coexisting in Koshi Tappu, Nepal. From mugger crocodiles, rock pythons, elephants to poachers, weavers, farmers, and fisherfolks, this series will give platform to the many voices and stories with the hopes to rewrite and recreate new collaborative multispecies stories.
Koshi Tappu Learning Grounds. This series has been supported by the Frank-Ratchye Further Fund from the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University, KTK-BELT studio, and Care Pavilion at London Design Biennale 2023.
Initiator: Priyanka Bista
Contributors from Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture, USA, Jiayin Zhi, Ankitha Vasudev, Jing Jing Wu, Brenna Robinson, Mai Tian, Ann Mulgrew, Mari Kubota.
Contributors from the Vertical University Project, Nepal, Rajeev K Goyal, Ganga Limbu, Kishor Sharma, Nitesh Singh, Amrita Sardar, Anjali Chaudhary, Anish Timsina, Raj Kumar Singh, Jiwan Bishwakarma, Dorpati Mehta, Ashok Mukhiya, Gulabi Mukhiya, Chakra Timsina, Arjun Kumar Karki, Binda Devi Sardar, Anar Devi Sardar, Parwati Devi Sardar, Narayan Khatwe, Sarita Devi Sardar, Bhisma Adhikari.