12:00-14:00 | Seeds by Peliti
Peliti invites you to a free distribution of traditional seeds, leading a workshop for the creation of a seedbank with traditional varieties and a game with vegetables camouflaged, in full bloom.
Peliti has been involved with the regeneration of traditional varieties since 1995. Fourteen local groups seek out traditional varieties, reproduce them and share them along with the knowledge involved in seed saving.
Location: Οrchard | Duration: 2 hours
12:00 | Local Varieties: From the Past to the Future – Α lecture by Penelope Bebeli & Roikos Thanopoulos
Local varieties were created in the past by the choices farmers made, amongst hundreds of plant species and their ensuing adaptation to different micro-environments: these formed the basic ingredients of people’s diet. In the 20th century the creation of improved varieties greatly reduced the number of local ones whilst others have disappeared for good. Now things are changing again.
Penelope Bebeli is a Professor at the Agricultural University of Athens, where she directs the laboratories of Crop Production & Plant Breeding and Biometry. Dr Roikos Thanopoulos is an agronomist, head of a department at the Agricultural University of Athens.
Location: At the building across the Οrchard | Duration: 20 minutes
13:00 | We Are All Seeds:
14:00 | Lunch by Troō Food Liberation & Perfect 10 gluten free bread from Betty’s Bakery
A workshop with sprouting seeds followed by a feast inspired by the phrase “the seeds of life”.
Troō Food Liberation is a collective that creates “Real Food”. The group’s key manifesto is that unprocessed foods from sustainable harvesting, contributes towards a positive evolution of our sociopolitical, ecological, and collective consciousness, offering a tangible “way out” for the future.
Betty’s Bakery is a bio-certified artisanal bakery working exclusively with sourdough and stone milled organic flour. It supports local communities, respects the environment and innovates in its recipes and work ethic.
Location: Vineyard | Admission is free and on a first come first served basis | Reservation is required (please contact email@example.com
providing name, surname and mobile phone number). | The lunch event is full. Thank you for your interest.
16:00 | Wild Relatives (2018), screening of the film and an introduction by Jumana Manna
is the account of twelve months in the lives of people from Lebanon, Syria and Norway, who engage with the land in various ways. It follows a transaction of seeds between two distant geographies, semi-deserts that seemingly have little to do with one another; Svalbard, in the Arctic Ocean and the Bekaa Valley of Lebanon. While tracing this event, many other stories unfold. The film premiered at the 68th Berlin International Film Festival.
Jumana Manna is a Palestinian artist based in Berlin.
Location: University’s Cental Building, Ground Floor | Duration: 66 minutes | Ιn English without Greek subtitles.
21:30 | Ecodrome: Curated by Céline Condorelli and Filipa Ramos
is a film programme spread out across five screening sessions which combine documentaries, artists’ films and feature-length films that deal with the consequences of living in a dangerously warmer world for people, animals and landscape alike.
This Sunday a series of films dedicated to SEED:
- A Film
, Ana Vaz and Tristan Bera, 2015, France, HD Video, 19 min.
- Seasons of the Year
, Artavazd Pelechian, Armenia, 1975, 35 mm., 29 min.
, Sakis Maniatis and Yorgos Tsemberopoulos, Greece, 1973/1974, 35 mm transferred to digital, 69 min.
, Artavazd Peleshian, 1970, Armenia, 35 mm transferred to digital video, 9 min.
With an introduction by the artist Tristan Bera.
Hosted in Cinema Zagara, designed by Céline Condorelli, as a set of mini-architectural structures that pay tribute to Jantar Mantar, an astronomic observatory located in Delhi, India.
Location: Cinema Zagara | Duration: 2 hour and 20 minutes | Films are screened in English without Greek subtitles.
9 Jun 2018
SEEDS | Part B
Geometries exhibition: Public programme