Connecting the human kind to all the other kinds

  • Algature

    29 April 2017

    SchillerPalais, Schillerpromenade 4, 12049 Berlin

    Diatoms are photosynthetic microalgae that produce 20% of the oxygen on Earth. Although tiny, diatoms play an immense role in keeping the planet's ecosystem working. They're important mediators of carbon and oxygen cycles, an integral component of marine food webs and the principal cycles of silica, which constitutes 25% of the Earth's crust.

    The workshop is open for everyone. Register here.


    16:00 - 18:00

    Entry fee: 5 EUR

    Trapped in transition

    16 March 2017

    ACUD Studio, Veteranenstraße 21, 10119 Berlin

    This hands-on workshop deals with a very unique organism: partially plant, as it feeds from the sun, but more similar to bacteria in its structure and behaviour. You will learn how to make food and nurture 3 different types of microalgae. We will spend the last part of the workshop designing bioreactors and wearables for microalgae.


    Photos and impressions here.

    Vital invasion

    16 February 2017

    ACUD Studio, Veteranenstraße 21, 10119 Berlin

    Phages are micro-organisms that invaded the planet one million years ago, having one main goal: to make life simply better. In spite of being the largest population on Earth, phages are so silent that their presence is defined by the absence of bacteria.

    In this hands-on workshop, expect a face-to-face encounter: you will finally meet the phages using our DIY display technique.

    Photo and impressions here.

    Let it glow!

    24 January 2017

    ACUD Studio, Veteranenstraße 21, 10119 Berlin

    Living in a voluntary relationship with the sea animals, Photobacterium has developed a social sense directly connected to its bioluminescence. In this open workshop, everyone will influence the social life of Photobacterium in an attempt to make it glow.


    Photos and impressions here.

  • About Us

    Mirela Alistar

    Insane biohacker actively involved in biotech research.

    Fara Peluso

    Artist interested in the relationship between the human and its environment.