Reading Matters: Feral Labs reading & book launch

28 Aug 2024 18:00 — 20:00

Location: SOLU

Reading Matters: Feral Labs reading & book launch
28 August 2024 at 18:00-20:00
Panimokatu 1 (3rd floor), 00580 Helsinki

 

This reading group is teamed with the launch of the Feral Labs Node Book #2: Feralities published by Bioart Society and Projekt Atol Institute in the context of the project Rewilding Cultures.

As the second in the series of Feral Labs Node Books, this publication leans further to the feral to explore a multitude of approaches for embracing, occupying and thinking-with feralities. This semi-wild compilation brings together artists, designers, writers, theorists, hackers and feral economists working with the feral in practice. These are positioned alongside reflections, strategies and stories from the Rewilding Cultures project partners each sharing their personal approaches to feral knowledge production within their “Feral Labs”. Unconforming in form and formulation this Node Book is made up of essays, manuals, polyvocal correspondences, graphic essays, collages, interviews, lexicons.

In this special edition of Reading Matters we will raise a glass to the Node Book and read two contributions: Liberatory laboratories: A feral future for art-science collaborations by Chessa Adsit-Morris and Field notes from Field_Notes from Field_Notes participants between 2011-2023.

To receive a copy of the text in advance please contact yvonne.billimore@bioartsociety.fi by 27 August 2024. The text will also be collectively read aloud at the start of the reading circle.


Feral Labs Node Book #2: Feralities contributors include: Chessa Adsit-Morris, Ewen Chardronnet, Tina Dolinšek, Sérgio Eliseu, Elsa Ferreira, Benjamin Gaulon & Dasha Ilina, Deborah Hustić, Anna Isaak-Ross, Marta de Menezes, Andrea Polli, Andy QuitmeyerKate Rich, Karla Spiluttini, Søs Krogh Vikkelsøe, T. Rudzinskaitė Memorial Amateur Lichenologists Society, Lyndsey Walsh, Rüdiger Wassibauer, Shih Wei Chieh, Adam Zaretsky.

 

The partner associations include ART2M / Makery (FR), Bioart Society (FI), Catch (Helsingør Kommune) Center for Art, Technology and Design (DK), Cultivamos Cultura (PT), Ionian University (GR), Radiona (HR) Schmiede Hallein (AT) and Projekt Atol (SI) which leads the project. Rewilding Cultures is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, which aims to support European projects in the field of cultural production and innovation.

For latest news relating to the project, please check the Rewilding Cultures website.