Marc Herbst is co-founder and co-editor of the Journal of Aesthetics & Protest. He is an interdisciplinary researcher/editor/artist that appreciates the idea of arts-based research. He favors collaborations and situated projects. In his teaching and research, he often utilizes movement and play-based methods, exemplified by his work collaboratively building monuments and museums of climate change with kids in playgrounds and summer camps. He is a member of the nGbK SALT. CLAY. ROCK. curatorial collective looking at nuclear pasts and energy futures, and works with The Ghost Host foundation. He is currently a Castille Fellow for Anthropology at Whitman College.
To attend to transversal change is to attend to transformational methods – to ways of relating that are not accounted for by the current order.