Seeding, weeding

When planning the most recent Fringe Natures session for the first Friday in May, we anticipated being deep into burstings and proliferations of the planty kind. It seems, however, that the seasonal turns here on unceded syilx lands have resonating with the FEELed Lab’s wish to go slowly and take our time with things –… Continue reading Seeding, weeding

Fire & Water: the first?

A gathering of trees welcomed a recombinant collective of knowledge keepers, volunteers, poets, players, thinkers, practitioners, participants, painters, deer, documentarians, story tellers, learners, teachers, the sound of spring freshet, clouds, and a fire–drenched eventually, for safety.

Unanticipated intimacies

On 18 March a small group of FEELed Labbers gathered online to read Quill Christie Peters’ essay “Kwe becomes the moon, touches herself so she can feel full again” – as always, out loud and together. It is a very sexy text, but not in a straightforward way. It is also challenging It took us… Continue reading Unanticipated intimacies

Elsewhere Participant Isabel Val: Thaw

[41.869513, 2.650965] My name is Isabel and I am an artist from and currently based in Barcelona. This weekend I took the opportunity to conduct a very intimate Fringe Natures event while visiting my mum. She lives in Santa Coloma the Farners. This town is located in a region called “La Selva” (The rainforest) due… Continue reading Elsewhere Participant Isabel Val: Thaw

A resting delay

On Friday February 18th Littoral Listening #3: Rest, was postponed. “I saw a world in which the sun and the moon shone at the same time,” begins the passage we would have read together.

Undergraduate Feature: A Field Guide to Taking the Alternative Route

The FEELed lab is beginning a blog series highlighting undergraduate work focused on intersectional and inclusive environmental humanities questions. The first undergraduate work we are featuring is Tatiana Lopez’s A Field Guide to Taking the Alternative Route. Tatiana made four posters that call attention to physically inaccessible parts of Kelowna. She is a fourth-year psychology… Continue reading Undergraduate Feature: A Field Guide to Taking the Alternative Route