The project, supported by the Danube Small Project Fund for Culture (DSPF), aims to bring together conservationists and artists with a Danube focus. Strengthening cooperation between them across the borders of the three Danube countries Austria, Hungary and Romania has the potential to combine rationality with emotion. It shows conservationists and artists dealing with the fate of the river and its ecosystems, explains how they use it and how they adapt to climatic and cultural challenges. By strengthening relationships between artistic and scientific activists, the project aims to create a space for mutual inspiration to think beyond the boundaries of their disciplines, methods and countries. The result will be a collection of journalistic portraits in combination with a hybrid photo exhibition, which will be accessible via the website and in the premises of the project partner, the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM).
Responsible at the IDM:
Dr. Daniela Apaydin (until 02.2023); Melanie Jaindl, MA (since 02.2023)