The term Nonhuman has been used since the late 20th century to allocate power to nonhuman lifeforms and to shift focus from the human. Nonhumans include plants and animals as well as microorganisms, fungi, symbiotic lifeforms and many others. Setting the Nonhumans as equal underlines their structural entanglements, power dynamics and transitions as well as counteracting dualisms like Human – Animal.The third issue of GASTGARTEN brings together ways of thinking and working with and about Nonhumans by: