Art Residency @ Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Winter/Spring 2015

We are excited to announce that we will be spending three months working and living at Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts as art-residents, where we will be working with artistic director Amanda McDonald Crowley. We will be working on our Edible Ecologies initiative, a series of social sculptures working collaboratively with local communities (human, bacterial, and ecological) to resuscitate endangered food practices and to remediate a cultural memory disorder that we call “industrial amnesia.” Our residency will include a reading group about microbiology, public health, and the industrial food system, a hands-on fermentation workshop, a fermentation tasting party, and a gallery installation.

For more information, visit Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts.