Globetrotters

New Fauna and Flora among Us

06.11.2015-02.04.2017 10:00-17:00


Opening: 05.11.2015, 7 pm

The spread of species foreign to the region (‘biological invasions’) has turned into a ‘hot topic’ in science and public debate in recent years.

Curated by: Ursula Stockinger
Co-Curator: Wolfgang Rabitsch and Franz Essl


The spread of species foreign to the region (‘biological invasions’) has turned into a ‘hot topic’ in science and public debate in recent years. Palms are spreading out from gardens, neophytes are penetrating ever higher terrains, pathogens from southern countries pound on the doors of Central Europe. The connections to climate change are shown with some urgency.

This exhibition discusses the reasons, consequences and problems arising from this shift. 


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