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Kate Walters

Kate Walters

‘Becoming the hollow bone’ is a phrase I use to describe my practice and my approach; originally from shamanic teachings of indigenous peoples, it refers to the process of requesting the ego and personal  brain-centred responses to step aside in order for...
Christine Fentz

Christine Fentz

Christine Fentz (director, dramaturg, performer, residency hostess) works with explorations of the non-human other, and various human-nonhuman relations under the project title ‰ÛÏLandscape Dialogues‰Û, which investigates the intersection between participatory...
Tom Ingate

Tom Ingate

Most of the work I do is practice-based research that has been presented at conferences or exhibitions. I’ve recently completed Escape & Invasion, which is a collection of six images that have been generated using large one metre soil sensors. Airborne seeds...
Minou Tsambika Polleros

Minou Tsambika Polleros

As dance practitioner, choreographer and climate activist, I am researching the capacity of visceral empathy as essential antidote to an increasing collective disembodiment and separation from what deep ecologists call ecological self. In the context of living in an...
Sue Palmer

Sue Palmer

My current research is an exploration of meeting points, thinking and ideas around nature and contemporary art: public urban green space, municipal parks, landscape, language, habitat, growing, processes and practices of observation and experience — essentially...