The Agosto Foundation was founded in Prague in 2013 as a private entity to promote social and cultural programs, supporting their development and intersection through a transdisciplinary approach.

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Cartography of (Eco)systems I Black Edition
10 – 12 June 2022 Veřejný sál Hraničář, Ústí nad Labem
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Upsych 316a Universal Psychiatric Church
New Book: Print and digital versions available
eDNA Dyje and Moravian Amazonia
The situation around Soutok and Lanžhot forest Miloš Vojtěchovský
Cultural trigger in Chomutov
Interview with Miroslav Koranda Dagmar Šubrtová Black Edition
Indifference is the Worst
Interview with Jana Nuslauerová Obnaženi Festival / Obnaženi Society Dagmar Šubrtová Black Edition
Called Most Beautiful
David Rothenberg From the book: Nightingales In Berlin – Searching For The Perfect Sound
Web3 and Ecosystemic Resilience
Part II Dustin Breitling speaks with CurveLabs
Collected sounds
Time-lapse Microstories of the Sonic Environment Daniela Šterbáková
A Space for Timelessness
Löblhof & Artgrund Interview with Jan C. Löbl Dagmar Šubrtová Black Edition
Slavek Kwi
CENSE Almanac 2021
Open-access PDF Download
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Cottage Punk or Whatever in Kyjov
An Interview with Barbora Lungová Ondřej Navrátil Black Edition
Hildegard Westerkamp

Web3 and Ecosystemic Resilience
Part I Speculations on the Naturechain Dustin Breitling
All the Sounds are Interconnected
Interview with Tomáš Šenkyřík Ondřej Navrátil Black Edition
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Music out of Nature
David Rothenberg GHMP Dům u Kamenného zvonu 23 September, 2021 at 6 PM
Maybe There’s No Longer a Way Back
Miloš Vojtěchovský on his installation Census and the limits of speculative thought
How Do You Hear the Fruits of the Tree?
An Interview with Lasse-Marc Riek Republished from Fifteen Questions
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Music, Language, Environment
An Interview with David Dunn by René van Peer (1996)