‘Green Asylum’ Charlotte Haywood

‘Green Asylum’ Charlotte Haywood

Last weekend I went to an artist talk by Charlotte Haywood to accompany her exhibition ‘Green Asylum’ at the Australian Design Centre. Charlotte is a tapestry weaver and for this exhibition she has made an enormous structural piece that remixes architectural forms...

Ingold and Solnit

This week Mapping Edges co-facilitated the Composting Feminism reading group with Abby Mellick Lopes. We read Tim Ingold’s 2004 essay ‘Culture on the Ground: The World Perceived Through the Feet’ and ‘Rising and Falling: The Theorists of Bipedalism’, one of the essays...
Sydenham

Sydenham

Over the last fortnight I have been in residency at Frontyard with artists, geographers, musicians, architects and residents, researching the area proposed by the Inner West Council as the ‘Sydenham Creative Hub’. Council has proposed changes to the...

Hacking the Anthropocene

I recently attended a workshop on Survival, as part of ‘Hacking the Anthropocene‘. The event was located at the Canoe Club on the Cooks River, just near Tempe Sation: The River River Canoe Club of New South Wales. I walk past this club almost every day and...

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