The system theorists Niklas Luhmann and Heinz von Förster declared non-knowledge as an essential tool for any teaching and creative work. During the seminar the participants were working on this theory in a practical way, reflecting their own work at schools or as artist, facing themselves towards the impressing landscape on the island.

The main objective of this Lanzarote seminar was to encourage an intercultural exchange over the European issue of migration, whilst attempting to approach the solutions to this issue through creative and practical work.The experience of non-knowledge in the sense of Förster, is an essential tool for any creative work. A crucial point of focus is the process of finding oneself in the face of an infinite number of solutions and whilst an artist or teacher is mapping his own landscape of non-knowledge he also learned to navigate it.