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Fungal future: Organism oriented material research

Fungal future: Organism oriented material research

Stipendiat Mari Koppanens doktorgradsprosjekt

Vitenskapelig sammendrag

Fungi have captivated people who have understood their world as well as caused strong fears in those who haven’t experienced contact with this mystical organism. Fungus is our oldest ancestor, a living organism crucial for our everyday existence. We are part of it, and it is more of us than we want to believe. It enables not only all living on earth but also offers a great variety of natural materials and pigments.

Koppanen’s research challenges the boundaries of contemporary design and material possibilities. It investigates the line between the human and non-human through artistic practice and artifacts. Through her dual role as a designer and researcher, she embodies fungus as empathic, potential, and relatable. Her aim is to garner an understanding of possible future applications of fungal materials while still approaching this extensive organism with sensitivity and respect. 

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Prosjekttittel Fungal future: Organism oriented material research
Prosjektleder Mari Koppanen
Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo
Prosjektstatus Aktivt
Avdeling Design

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