Urban Animal Enclosures, a critical field guide to watch and (possibly) pet farmed animals in Berlin

Santiago Orrego, 2024

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As an exercise of empirical philosophy, this number critically explores a particular urban space in Berlin where people go to see and possibly pet farmed animals. It introduces those sites of human-animal interaction and explores their ethical dimensions. Additionally, it presents a quick survey of human perceptions of animal enclosures and animal captivity. There is a DIY component that proposes a short ethnographic incursion in animal enclosures around Berlin. This number was curated by Léa Lacan and Ignacio Farías.


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