Svenja Schüffler´s projects are engaged in human-earth-science related topics, uncertain knowledge and transfer to the public and decision makers in contexts of art.

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Installing Seismic Risk of Istanbul

 

November 2016. Published at Anthropocene Curriculum Platform of Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin HKW / Max Planck Institute for the History of Science.

Calculated surprise and torn-down slabs. An introduction to the art-science project Installing Seismic Risk of Istanbul. Supported by the German Research Centre for Geoscience GFZ Potsdam and presented at the Forecast Forum, HKW 2015. … READ MORE: Installing Seismic Risk of Istanbul

By Svenja Schüffler

Photograph by Idris Bedirhanoglu, Dicle University, Diyarbakır, Turkey

 

 
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KAIROS Earthquake Early Warning Application

An Instruction for turning Risk into facing your Danger

 

November 2016. Published at Anthropocene Curriculum Platform of Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin HKW / Max Planck Institute for the History of Science.

There is this unpredictable moment when the underground faults start to rupture. Between the start of the cracking of the Earth and the arrival of the waves that tear through underground, until they shake everything at the surface, there is a tiny, special moment of time. Less than a Chronos [1], yet an instant that could be enriched and transformed through a knowledge beyond primal cognition and experience. A knowledge that could help you save your life, whoever you are, and wherever you might be …READ MORE: KAIROS Earthquake Early Warning Application

By Svenja Schüffler

 


Photograph by Svenja Schüffler

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