May 12, 2023

Biopilgrimage screening @ Design Film festival Reykjavík

April 19, 2023

Ecofictions seminar @Laboratoire Modulaire

For this forum around his residency project Species Without Spaces, Thomas Pausz invites speakers whose interdisciplinary practices use ecological fiction (or eco-fiction) as an engine for research and creation.

December 16, 2022

Stanley Picker Fellowship in Art & Design 2023-24

Thomas was awarded a Stanley Picker fellowship in Art & Design in 2023-24. The project will explore the history and transformations of a urban river near the Stanley Picker Gallery – using techniques of spectrography and spirit photography to create a Haunted Ecology of the river. An exhibition is scheduled in 2024, as well as a Fellowship publication and a special edition or artworks.

December 16, 2021

Residency at the Modular Laboratory 2022-23

Species Without Spaces was selected for the artistic residency at the Modular Laboratory in 2022-23. The project involves the creation of media ecosystems documenting endangered coastal landscapes. Beyond or below the technological progress, can we imagine poetic correspondences between ecosystems and forms of spatialization and mediation, which mobilize both digital tools and sensitive physical interfaces?

November 3, 2021

Making New Land Chapter 1 published in the Performance Philosophy Journal

Making New Land is an essay in theory-fiction set in a near future, where the oceans have disappeared. In these devastated landscapes, a first person narrator investigates an unsolved biological enigma. An Intertidal Aesthetics is the first chapter of Making New Land, which also involves exhibitions of artworks.

March 18, 2021

Non Flowers in Future Architecture platform

Non Flowers for a Hoverfly is a VR world for insect pollinators realized in collaboration with the biology lab of Dr. Shannon Olsson. French Contemporary Art Fund for Art and Agriculture, acquired a series of Non Flowers artifacts for its permanent collection and upcoming exhibitions and France.