It’s sure been a while between updates. We’ve been on an informal COMPOSTING hiatus (though the technical term is “resting”). This August, however, are the three biggest COMPOSTING event of the year. From August 9: The exhibition Human non Human at MAAS featuring the work of Dr Lindsay Kelley (on the Opening night there is […]Read more "Composting #26: MAAS and 4S"
Tuesday 24 April, 2018, 6:30-9.30pm | Film Screening & BYO a copy of Staying with the Trouble (if you have one) just in case! “Composting #25: Speculative Fermentation” is a Making Time SF film screening of Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival when/where: Frontyard Projects, 228 Illawarra Rd. Marrickville Tuesday 24 April, 2018 6:30pm-9.30pm […]Read more "Composting #25: Speculative Fermentation (Screening)"
Tuesday 20 March, 5-6.30pm | With readings by Camila Marimbio, Nina Lykke, Lindsay Kelley and Jennifer Mae HamiltonRead more "Composting #24: Cancer Ecologies"
Wednesday 7 March, 5-6:30 | Facilitated by Eben Kirksey | Readings: Shotwell (2016) ‘Against Purity: Living Ethically in Compromised Times’Read more "Composting #23: Intoxicated Ecologies (Walkshop)"
We post with well wishes for 2018 and an update on our plans. Firstly, Happy New Year! We want to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to all of you. Since our launch in August 2015, we have held 22 amazing gatherings; thank you for helping turn COMPOSTING into a generative, affirmative space for […]Read more "COMPOSTING 2018"
Friday 1 December, 8am-6.15pm | An Arts-Sciences Walkshop/Fieldtrip | Organised by Astrida Neimanis (University of Sydney) and Perdita Phillips (Artspace Artist in Resident 2017) and in association the Sydney Environment Institute (SEI)Read more "Composting #22: Going Underground: Multispecies Encounters with Rocks and Water in the Shadow of Extraction (Walkshop/Fieldtrip)"
Tuesday 10 October, 4-5:30 | Facilitated by Undine Sellbach | Readings: Stengers (2015) ‘Gaia, The Urgency to Think (and Feel)’, Stengers (2012) ‘Reclaiming Animism’Read more "Composting #21: The Urgency to Think and Feel – Feminist Philosophies of Science"