KSCA is a platform for artists and others who are experimenting with adaptive cultural change. It aims to support creative work that reaches beyond the familiar contexts of art to investigate new ways of acting in the world. Read more...
KSCA member Lucas Ihlein was recently invited to contribute a short essay about soil for Kaldor Public Art Projects. The essay has been published in an education resource for school students about artist Asad Rasa, who created a 300 tonne soil installation in Sydney's Carriageworks in May 2019..
Humus lightboxes - Jono tracks our path towards making a house fit for a microbe.
Bjorn speculates on how renewable energy initiatives might learn from the thinking behind ecological agriculture… and other things.
Allan Giddy, who has been using solar technology as a medium for art making for a remarkable 20 years now, is a special guest at our Artist Farmer Scientist picnic on the 28th of April.
Epicurean Harvest farmer Erika Watson puts sunshine at the heart of the artist, farmer, scientist conversation: a special blog about solar energy, horticulture, creative farming, and the future.
“Salad-bowl” pasture anyone? Read about the Hallora Farm tour and soil sample demo in this blog, but you can also be part of conversation with the farmers Niels and Maja Olsen, Lucas, Allan Yeomans, Dru Marsh and Loisa Kiely from Carbon Farmers of Australia at Monash University Art Museum tomorrow, March 23, 2-4pm. Link to details is in the blog!