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The city as a space for negotiation between people and wild animals.

Places that narrate about a future normality

With our work, we envision a city of the future where we learned to accept the wild animals. We are showing models that challenge the evolving paradigm shift on the role of nature in urban environments.

What can we do for the animals–what can they do for us

We influence the general perception of wildlife in Berlin through designed experiences. Our proposed provisions are for once provoking and aimed to stimulating debates about purpose of nature in cities. Yet, they also imply–speculative–solutions.

Places for discourse

We like to describe our installations as places for discourse. We invite the citizens of Berlin to engage with the subject matter. Our project defines the city as a space for negotiation between people and wild animals.


Berlin Wild Life is a winning project from the open call »Call for Future« of ÜBER LEBENSKUNST initiative of the German Federal Cultural Foundation and House of World Cultures. At the end of August 2010, an international jury chose 14 winners from more than 800 applications. These initiatives will received up to EUR 20,000 in funding for a one-year period.


Berlin Utopia/NPR Berlin show "Squirrel Bridge" incl. interview about Berlin Wild Life
Radio feature by Thalia Gigerenzer about the squirrel bridge as part of the series "Berlin Utopias" on NPR Berlin includes a short interview with Susanna Hertrich. Streaming link below:

We invite you to a guided tour
Saturday we kindly invite all interested people to join us for a guided tour at the sculpture garden at Haus am Waldsee. The tours are free of charge and can be joined without prior registration.
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Opening House of World Cultures Wednesday 17.08.2011 19:00
Next Wednesday, August 17th 2011 ÜBER LEBENSKUNST festival at Haus der Kulturen der Welt will celebrate its opening. We will be showing the models of our installations. more information

We will be Far Far Away
The German documentary series Weit Weit Weg (Far Far Away) by Saarländischer Rundfunk plans one of their next episodes on the topic of »visions for future cities«. Our project is part of the show and we are facing a few filming appointments during the next days. The show will be aired in December 2011. more information