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Liquid bodies: in the night, the firelight

On January 19, FEELed Labbers and friends were treated to a pop-up dance workshop convened by Hanna Sybille Mueller, who was in Kelowna as part of the Living Things festival. Tuning into the liquid elements of our bodies, we rhymed our flesh-sacks to the trees, the smoking fire, the starlight. We imagined the movement of…

Slow Reading

This FEELed Note is the third in a series written by Natalie Rice, the FEELed Lab Researcher in/of/on Place this year. + + + Slow Reading  Norah Bowman’s book, “Breath, Like Water: An Anti-colonial Romance” has been buried in the earth for about a month now. This practice-based research is an experiment and I am…

MEET US IN THE FOREST, as night falls…

This FEELed Note was prepared by FEELed Lab Research Associate Tara Nicholson. ‘I am seeking to explore a worldview that, speaking metaphysically, is ‘beyond the physical,’ yet, paradoxically, is deeply concerned with the matter of ‘nature’ and sentience.’ (Gothic Metaphysics, Alchemy to the Anthropocene, Jodey Castricano) On December 9th 2022 the FEELed Lab’s Fringe Natures…

Leafing through: Nature and Culture at the FEELed Library

This FEELed Note is the second in a series written by Natalie Rice, the FEELed Lab Researcher in/of/on Place this year. + + + How does the Earth read itself back to itself? This winter, Breath, Like Water: An Anticolonial Romance by Norah Bowman was borrowed from The FEELed Lab library and will be quietly…


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The FEELed Lab is supported by the Canada Research Chair in Feminist Environmental Humanities, working across the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the UBC Okanagan.