ASP by night was a walk & talk on urban biodiversity and wildlife at night times. During the activity, various locations on site were visited to spot and discuss how certain animals can be found at night, such as birds of paradise, timid hedgehog and bats. Examples of discussed topics were ‘how they behave’ and ‘where they mostly can be found’. The walk was provided by an ecologist, who elaborated where the human nocturnal animals are nowadays and discovering together what ‘happens’ while we sleep.
Target groups: varied group of local inhabitants, visitors with loose connection to Amsterdam Science Park, academia, and artists.
- Wild and cultivated spaces