Movement in our bodies is driven by internal flows.

The only constant is change - trust it. From the moment we take our first breath, we’re moving. Our mouths scream out, our toes wriggle, our chests rise and deflate. These movements continue until we draw our last breath, but they’re not our only movements. Our minds are at constant work too. A smile or a sense of fear are induced when our brain releases molecules or hormones. Movement in our bodies is driven by these internal flows, with some of us pursuing exhilaration in adventure, and others peace and relaxation in stillness.


Environment and Toxics

It goes without saying that humans cannot live and have rights if there is no planet to live on.


The Rights Studio Festival

An invitation to play with, break with and reshape how we engage with human rights across generations.


Do they really want to know how we feel?

Climate anxiety and solastalgia are establishing themselves as new terms in psychology. This emotionality is becoming more and more palpable within the climate debate, but without receiving sufficient recognition. The immersive installation by photographer Frederick Herrmann aims to make this condition of the so-called Gen Z tangible.