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Blickfelder Festival


Art and speculative ecology

Benjamin Egger / Schule Schütze / Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst (CH)

If things continue as they are, it doesn't look so good for quite a few species that will soon lose their habitat due to the climate collapse, including humans, of course. A group of children from the Schütze school in Zurich has decided to prepare for this. On a newly founded planet, they create a new ecosystem and new creatures under new living conditions. They are inspired by the animal world, endemic species, dinosaurs, and speculative biology. They sketch and perform newly invented species and build models for the prototype of the new planet, at the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst.

On June 10 at 17:30, young scientists will report on their studies at the festival center and take you on an excursion to discover this new planet and its species at Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst.

Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst
German, Swiss German
Wheelchair accessible
Free admission
keine Altersempfehlung


Benjamin Egger

Kindergarten children Schütze 1:

Aris, Vincent, Noe, Noé, Oscar, Liya, Lea, Marie, Maja, Tugçe, Rebecca, Yara, Manu, Aminata, Emil, Moritz, Adam

Kindergarten children Schütze 3:

Aris, Benjamin, Catarina, Damiano, Elio, Ethan, Leon, Lino, Malthe, Mikka, Mubin, Natalie, Nia, Paula, Rohama, Sophia, Theo, Tilia, Tony

Pupils MST 2a:

Novak, Samuel, Fabio, Carl, Tenzin, Soha, Elisabeth, Emilia, Danika, Elea, Elis, Janelle, Kimey, Linus, Luca, Melik, Neva, Nicolas, Viola, Tosca

Pupils MST 2b:

Ariel, Emilia, Erjon, Flurina, Jonas, Lara, Lenn, Loïc, Mai, Malin, Marwin, Konstantin Alea, Anik, Bjordi. Emiliano, Eyla, Jon, Nick, Nina, Paul, Ramazan, Sadie, Tashi

Project management:

Tasnim Baghdadi, Cynthia Gavranic (Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst)