ASLE features Edible Ecologies, Spring 2015

Spring 2015

Edible Ecologies was recently featured by the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment’s “Explore our Field” series, which highlighted the work of environmental artists and writers.

“Unlike industrial, government, and media “experts” that generate endless advice telling people how easy it is to eat healthfully, treating the public as a collection of passive consumers, EdibleEcologies deploys participatory performance’s unique qualities to resuscitate an ethic of democratic experimentation and open-ended, multi-species collaboration.”

Please read the full article on the ASLE site or visit the OS Fermentation Project page.