Sarah Gittins reviews ‘Marlene Creates: Places, Paths, and Pauses’

Introduction The monograph Marlene Creates: Places, Paths, and Pauses was published last year to coincide with a touring retrospective of the work of Marlene Creates, co-curated by Susan Gibson Garvey and Andrea Kunard. The exhibition was organised by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in partnership with Dalhousie Art Gallery, it launched in September 2017 and is... Continue Reading →

Review: Gut Gardening

Ewan Davidson reviews Gut Gardening, Food Phreaking:issue 03 from the Center for Genomic Gastronomy, published Oct 2016.  You can order copies here. Ewan Davidson is a blogger and self-identified psychogeographer (riverofthings.wordpress.com). His recent wanderings have taken back into familiar territories, those of ecology, natural metaphors and causality, he first visited as a student thirty years... Continue Reading →

Reviewer needed: Gut Gardening

Issue 3 of the Center for Genomic Gastronomy's Food Phreaking Journal, entitled Gut Gardening, is all about the bacteria in our guts - our own personal microbiomes. This issue explores some of the bacteria that populate the human gut and body. We asked a handful of the world's leading experts to write a few words... Continue Reading →

Meghan Moe Beitiks reviews Soil Culture

SoilCulture: bringing the arts down to earth, from the Centre for Contemporary Art in the Natural World (CCANW) and Falmouth Art Gallery published in collaboration with Gaia Projects is the culmination of years of work—comprehensive documentation of a significant exhibition, nine curated artist residencies, and a Soil Culture Forum. It includes photographs and essays detailing... Continue Reading →

Reviewer Needed: Exchange by Chris Drury and Kay Syrad

We're looking for someone to review Exchange by Chris Drury and Kay Syrad. From Chris Drury's website, "Exchange was produced in collaboration with Kay Syrad and was commissioned by Cape Farewell to look at sustainable ways of living and farming in relation to three farms in Sydling St Nicholas and Godmanston, West Dorset. The two... Continue Reading →

Camilla Nelson: An Oakwoods Almanac in Review

  There is much to explore in this Almanac of entries, some more sculpted than others, compiled by the poet Gerry Loose as he wandered the familiar and foreign oakwoods of Sunart and Saari in 2007, 2008 and 2010. An Oakwoods Almanac is arranged in two parts. The first, ‘Sunart’, takes its name from the... Continue Reading →

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