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During the two days of the G20 Summit in Hamburg, the project There Is No Time organized panel discussions on the topics of the G20, which were interpreted in terms of their urgency. They were broadcast live on the website thereisnotime.net and shown on more than 30 screens in public spaces around Hamburg. Design for the Living World contributed the video ‘Food Security’. The video examines the economic interests of the food industry and points to their socio-political consequences; meanwhile, various local initiatives present their practices as laboratories for a new culture of living, which foregrounds sharing and community-based farming as sources of agency in a resilient city.


Title: Hamburg – Food Security at There Is No Time
Date: July 7 and 8, 2017.
Location: Hamburg, Germany.
Students: Finn Brüggemann and Nuriye Tohermes (Das Archipel), with Xin Cheng, Tino Holzmann, Barbara Niklas, Kathrin Sohlbach, Mana Stahl, Julia Wycisk, and a guest of the class Chinook Ulrich Schneider (Film department, HFBK Hamburg).
The Class of the Design for the Living World in collaboration with: Das Archipel and There Is No Time.
Supported by: Hochschule für bildende Künste (HFBK Hamburg).


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There Is No Time

During the two days of the G20 Summit in Hamburg, the project There Is No Time organized panel discussions on the topics of the G20, which were interpreted in terms of their urgency. They were broadcast live on the website thereisnotime.net and shown on more than 30 screens in public spaces around Hamburg. Design for the Living World contributed the video ‘Food Security’.


Food Security, video by Design for The Living World with statements by Lucia Babina (cultural activist, Spain), David Barkin (sociologist, Mexico City), Marco Clausen (Prinzessinengärten, Berlin), Stefanie Engelbrecht (Minitopia, Hamburg), Katharina Held (anthropologist, Hamburg), Harald Lemke (gastrosoph, Hamburg), Svenja Netto (Prinzessinengärten, Berlin), Konstantinos Polychronopoulos (activist, Athens), Marjetica Potrč (artist, Berlin), and joint statement by Xin Cheng (artist, Hamburg) and Chinook Ulrich Schneider (filmmaker, Hamburg).

The video ‘Food Security’ examines the economic interests of the food industry and points to their socio-political consequences; meanwhile, various local initiatives present their practices as laboratories for a new culture of living, which foregrounds sharing and community-based farming as sources of agency in a resilient city.

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