The research project "RhyCycling – Ästhetik der Nachhaltigkeit im Basler Grenzraum" examines in a part of the river Rhein in the border area CH/D/F in what ways the human and the non-human environment are intertwined. Central to the research work are the resulting dependencies, difficulties and scenarios to the various networks: Men, animals, plants, technologies and objects. The project was implemented by Flavia Caviezel, Institut Design- und Kunstforschung HGK FHNW in cooperation with Mirjam Bürgin, Marion Mertens, Yvonne Volkart, Anselm Caminada, Theres Jörger, Oliver Koch and Tweaklab. It was supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation.
During several months Tweaklab produced all thematic video recordings and interviews and then cut the films and edited them for the interactive platform as well as for the exhibition "RhyCycling — Grenzraum im Fluss" at the Basel port, which took place from 15.10. to 4.11.2012. They also edited and installed additional video projections at this exhibtion.
All films at the "Electronic Visualisation and the Arts Conference London" from 29.7. to 31.7.2013 have been subtitled in English by Tweaklab.
Conception: Flavia Caviezel
Commission and Production: Institut Design- und Kunstforschung HGK FHNW, Schweizerischen Nationalfonds
Videoarchiv von RhyCycling