fieldstations | Jambalaya
Fieldstations e.V. is a German non-profit, tax-exempt association promoting research and knowledge of the Anthropocene by deploying stations and agents into specific fields to sense and gather data about humanity’s impact on Earth. Fieldstations curates and moderates workshops and conversations adapted to specific sites, issues and actors (individuals, institutions and communities) within the context of the Anthropocene. Fieldstations creates scenarios, conducts applied experiments and documents results, while disseminating acquired knowledge and artifacts about the Anthropocene via networks, media platforms, exhibitions and its annual journal.
fieldstations, field, agent, station, anthropocene, technosphere, sense, adapt, create, network, research, knowledge, education, environment, systemic balance, berlin, munich, ghent, basel
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Jambalaya

Field Station Berlin
Field Kit 2016
Christophe Barlieb, Sebastian Müllauer, Corneel Cannaerts, Holger Prang

Jambalaya is a semi-mobile field sensing device with on-board gps, temperature, air pressure, gas and wind sensors to collect data on and around Teufelsberg in Berlin.  A cross-section of Teufelsberg was explored and documented. Samples were carefully collected to visualize the near surface geological composition.



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