is a transversal working group, consisting of practitioners from varying disciplines, including the arts, philosophy, human geography, computational biology, yoga, urban design, cultural and literary studies, and political activism, led by Alex Martinis Roe and Melanie Sehgal. The experimental set-up of this group aims at practical responses to the insufficiency of modern categories of thought and their disciplinary and institutional sedimentations. FORMATIONS is an attempt to relearn to communicate across disciplinary divides, and to create meaningful responses to the world, which traverse specialized habits of thought and action. However, the point is not to get rid of disciplines and specialization altogether, but to reshape them in relation to the problems that force us to think today. The group has thus been experimenting with existing methodologies in order to enlarge and transform them, while keeping the parts that are productive for its concerns. In our first year we worked a closed group within the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, which provided continuity and the basis for ongoing in-depth engagement. We think this is necessary for a meaningful transdisciplinary conversation, which we continue through our internal work, like a reading group, and also through our projects and public events.