The notion of 'symbioscene' refers to an era in which humans, nature, and technology live in harmony and benefit from each other's existence. The word comes from the Greek 'symbios', meaning living together, and cene (or kainos) denoting geological or ecologial periods.
This notion can be traced back to the work of biologists examining cooperative ecological processes such as Lynn Margulis on 'The Symbiotic Planet' (1998) and has been coined by philosopher Glenn Albrecht in creating terminology for ecological futures (2014).
Because it's such a generative and speculative term, it has inspired artists and designers to create future forests imaginaries. This logbook collects these examples.