Daniel Falb is a poet and philosopher based in Berlin. He holds a PhD in philosophy from Freie Universität Berlin and has published three volumes of poetry with Berlin-based publisher kookbooks: die räumung dieser parks (2003), BANCOR (2009), and CEK (2015). His work besides poetry focuses mostly on geophilosophy, radical ecology, and poetics. Recent publications include essays on the aesthetics and poetics of the Anthropocene (e.g. “Epistemologies of Art in the Anthropocene,” in: Art in the Periphery of the Center, ed. Christoph Behnke et al. (Sternberg Press 2015) as well as the long poem CHICXULUB PAEM (en, Broken Dimanche Press 2017). Falb's work has been supported by grants and prizes, most recently the German PEN Center's 'Kurt Sigel-Award for Poetry' (2016). He is currently working on a book on geophilosophical metaphysics (Geospekulationen).
Supported by the Goethe-Institut London.