Local clay fired in different temperatures
various sizes


Natureā€˜s raw materials are not only used by humans for their infrastructure, but also by countless other animal species for building nests, burrows, etc. The special intervention at the research institiute for biological agriculture FiBL is installed in various places in the new FiBL building Alvarium.
The ceramic objects, made from locally mined clay using a 3D printing process, are reminiscent of nests and draw attention to the communality in the living ecosystem.
Co- refers to the English prefix and emphasizes connection in co-habitation, co-existence, co-llaboration, co-mpanion, common. It refers to the importance of interspecies
relations and a togetherness that is of vital importance for a healthy ecosystem.

Kunst am Bau
Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL, Switzerland