September 26th, 6 - 9pm CET

Warm Data Lab Graz

We are hosting Warm Data Labs from Berlin to Graz during the month of September. This is the final in the series, on September 26, 2020 in Graz. Warm Data Labs provide the space to experience “the patterns that connect” and to perceive ourselves in relation with our surroundings. “How do we think our way through the messes we’re in when the way we think is part of the mess?” – Nora Bateson

Nora Bateson developed the term and practice of Warm Data. Warm Data is information we often neglect to keep our decontextualized systems “function”. Warm Data didn’t seem to be relevant in the old system. But through the recent crises we can come to realize that this warm, relational, transcontextual information is exactly what we need to tend to in order to be able to preserve not only human life on planet earth. Warm Data is everywhere and we can perceive it. We can learn to shift our perception from things to relations.

We’re inviting you and your networks to an afternoon and evening of experiencing Warm Data. This space opens up for “unprecedented possibilities and relations that build relations that build relations”. (Nora Bateson).

We Fraends are certified Warm Data Lab Hosts by the International Bateson Institute and part of the international Warm Data Community. We deeply love this practice and perceive it as one of THE practices that can truly provide a space for collective systemic learning. A path into desirable futures.

Join us on September 26, 2020 in  Graz, location to be announced.

More information here: https://fraendi.org/fraends-on-tour/

Register here. https://dandelion.earth/events/5f47c28beb78cc000e87925b

Start:

2020-09-26 18:00:00

End:

2020-09-26 21:00:00

Access Through: https://dandelion.earth/events/5f47c28beb78cc000e87925b

Organizer:

Fraendi (organisation)

To us, kinship and care combined with complexity thinking and systemic perception are the essentials to find pathways into desirable futures. Our idea is to walk together with you and develop our capacities and everyday practice within the systems we are part of. We want to serve the soil we walk on and start perceiving the interdependencies beyond the silos. Join us to explore.
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