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Cathrine Kramer


Cathrine Kramer works internationally as an artist and curator. She is the co-founder of two artist-led think tanks: Center for Genomic Gastronomy, and CoClimate. In 2014, she received a VIDA Art and Artificial Life International Award for her work as the Center for Genomic Gastronomy. She has lectured at numerous academic institutions including Harvard GSD, NYU and Goldsmiths College, London. She holds degrees from the Royal College of Art, London and the University of Technology, Sydney. Cathrine works at the intersection of art and science, with a focus on the ecological, cultural and ethical dimensions of life on Spaceship Earth.

Cathrine was the researcher for Human+ at the Science Gallery in 2011, and continued to define the focus of the exhibition for CCCB, encouraging a shift from the traditional techno-utopian discourse of human futures towards an approach that considers a nuanced range of future possibilities.



Human +

The future of our species

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The future of our species