Shelley Castle asks ‘IS THIS IT? Looking towards COP26’

Throughout our travels to Glasgow and beyond, Lucy Neal, myself and Anne-Marie Culhane witnessed rivers bursting their seams and reclaiming land, causing heartache for communities and farmers, expanding territory for beavers, and washing away crops.  Rising alongside the water is a mounting sense of urgency, and an accompanying feeling of confusion, about how (or even... Continue Reading →

A Field of Wheat: Abby Rose’s Perspective

Following on the previous post about A Field of Wheat we are pleased to highlight Abby Rose's recent reflection on the project posted to Agricology. At a local harvest festival, we bagged up the 100kg of flour we had managed to get milled for our own use, and we had every single thing that was... Continue Reading →

A Field of Wheat: whose art?

This piece was originally published as part of the A Field of Wheat project in September 2016 at the invitation of the artists. The images are all courtesy of the artists. 20th August 2016 I got an email headlined “The Wheat has been Harvested”. It wasn’t a metaphor. A field of wheat in Branston Booths,... Continue Reading →

Anne-Marie Culhane: Earthwalking

Editor's Intro: Anne-Marie Culhane creates events, performances and long term projects that invite people into an active and inquiring relationship with each other and the earth. She works as artist, activist and collaborator across a range of disciplines. Culhane conceived of Earthwalking through an Exeter Enquires residency co-ordinated by Arts & Culture at the University... Continue Reading →

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