20:30 - 21:30
*In the plenum dome of Zukunftsdorf22 behind the Sandershaus*
FLUSH is a documentary film, who dares to look beyond the edge of the toilet and focuses on bodily functions, which is not talked about enough. At the same time, it becomes incredibly funny, brought to light the frustratingly hidden and stinking underworld of America's feces.
web link [To the film homepage: https://thepoopproject.org/flush-home] (https://thepoopproject.org/flush-home)
The movie lasts 54 minutes and runs in the original with German subtitles. Whoever likes is invited, for the subsequent discussion about the future viability of our sanitary systems, Kack culture, Discuss shame and nutrient cycles.
Admission free and without registration
thanks to financial support from AStA Kassel
The film is part of the supporting program of the interdisciplinary series of events “Wasted Resources – Critical looks into the quiet place”, the online or. hybrid takes place on the campus of the University of Kassel. In the row we look for answers to questions, how:
What happens to our excrement, after we flush them down the toilet?
what does it take, to really close nutrient cycles?
What is the value of human excrement and how can it be harnessed?
What other infrastructures allow for waterless and hygienic sanitation?
What is the global sanitation crisis and how can we deal with it?
We are looking forward to it, to be able to discuss it with you after the film screening!
Want to know more about the series and upcoming events??
Visit our homepage:
web link Squashed Resources
There is an ingrained culture of silence, of shame and denial of poop in this country. While the discussion about personal health is shaped by the movement about sustainable food and the environmental debate about clean air, clean water and clean energy circles, there is a worrying lack of critical discussion about what we excrete and where it ends up after we flush. It's time to break the silence.
We now have startling evidence of this, that the poop culture in the US has serious consequences. one of 15 Children suffer from constipation. The toilet is the biggest water waster in our homes. We fertilize our crops with chemical-synthetic fertilizers, while our nutrient-rich wastes are wasted.
FLUSH follows the emotionally charged stories of individuals, who try to place their relationship to this complex and hidden act, and a group of American activists, turn the poop from a taboo into something, that connects us all.
There is a deep-seated legacy of silence, shame, and avoidance around poop in this country. While the conversation about personal health is dominated by the organic and local food movements, and the environmental debate focuses on clean water, clean energy, and clean air, there’s a worrying lack of critical conversation on what comes out of our bodies and where it goes after we flush. It’s time to break the silence.
We now have startling evidence that poop culture in America has serious consequences. 1 out of every 15 kids struggles with constipation. The toilet is the #1 water consumer in our homes. We fertilize our crops with oil-based chemicals, while our nutrient rich poop goes to waste.
FLUSH follows the emotional stories of individuals trying to make sense of their relationship to this complex and hidden act, and a group of American activists transforming poop from something taboo into something that connects us all.