Superflux Set a Multi-Species Dinner Table at the End of the World

“A raven is seated on a high perch next to a mushroom; a rat has a wasp and a fox as neighbours. Each setting at the table has been carefully tailored to fit its occupant—a walnut on a slice of bread for one, a chunk of tasty wood for another.”
Josie Thaddeus-Johns, on Superflux’s Refuge for Resurgence installation at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale. The dinner table “at the end of the world” imagines a multi-species meeting after the current era of human domination.
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