The Anthropocene Cookbook is a project by artists Zane Cerpina and Stahl Stenslie. Have any questions about the project, or want to contribute a recipe for the Anthropocene Cookbook? Write to firstname.lastname@example.org
ZANE CERPINA (Norway) is an artist, curator, and writer working within experimental new media and electronic arts. Her extensive body of work includes curating and producing events that call for critical reflection on the current age of the catastrophes such as The Dangerous Futures Conference and Digital Wild Conference. Cerpina has initiated and been part of several important archival and research projects such as The Temporary Library of Norwegian Media Art and is one of the editors for the upcoming Book of Electronic Arts Norway. Cerpina is also an advocate for young female artists working with experimental arts through her project FAEN – Female Artistic Experiments Norway. www.bezane.net
Dr. STAHL STENSLIE (Norway): curator and researcher specializing in experimental and emerging aesthetics, embodied spaces, and disruptive technologies. He has worked as a professor in experimental arts for two decades (Academy of Media Arts Cologne, Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Aalborg University). Frequent lecturer at major international events (ISEA, DEAF, Ars Electronica, SIGGRAPH) and has moderated various symposiums like Ars Electronica (Next Sex), ArcArt, and Oslo Lux. He co-founded The Journal of Somaesthetics: www.somaesthetics.aau.dk and is the editor of EE – Experimental Emerging Art magazine: www.eejournal.no.