Airport Trenčín 11 — 13 July 2024
András Cséfalvay: Last generation
Friday 11:30 | Visual stageFriday 14:00 | Visual stageSaturday 11:30 | Visual stageSaturday 14:00 | Visual stage

András Cséfalvay: Last generation SK

András Cséfalvay
Last Generation, 2023
Site-specific installation

The impact of an asteroid on Earth caused the extinction of many animals. It happened unexpectedly, many were planning their future, family, or career. Only a few fossil nests with intact eggs buried in earthen mounds remained after the dinosaurs. The fragility of the shells can remind us of the vulnerability of life, the extinction that humanity has brought upon itself. However, if we look up and a bird flies over us, we realize that flight is one of the adaptations of dinosaurs that allowed them to survive. Birds are dinosaurs that learned to fly. So, is there hope for humanity? The installation of eight three-meter-high eggs protected by a wall of sandbags creates a space for thinking and discussing the current (sixth) mass extinction.

Last Generation debates:
11.30 – 12.30 : Thomas Moynihan (GB)
Writer interested in the history of ideas and future
14.00 – 15.00 : Dennis Hansen (CH)
Zoological Museum of the University of Zurich Curator, Evolutionary biologist 

11.30 - 12.30 : András Cséfalvay (SK)
Krehkosť života a nebo (Modely k prežitiu) 
14.00 - 15.00 : Znepokojené matky (SK)
Ako mať dieťa v klimatickej kríze?