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...
Lucas Ihlein reports back from his visit to Allan Yeomans’ workshop on the Gold Coast. Here he got to witness how Allan’s amazing invention to measure carbon content in soil actually functions. It involved some serious baking…
Diego Bonetto brings forth a proposal that drives interest in available, drought resistant species: the spontaneous flora that grows despite the harsh conditions.
KSCA participated in this Biennale of Sydney event with some other fantastic artists at Artspace last year. Now the soundcloud audio is available, have a listen!
Reporting back on our Carbon-focused workshops with classes from Bingara Central School in June. The pictures tell the story: the students were fabulous and we had a blast.
Turns out humus has a gel-like consistency. And a honeycomb structure. Laura, Jono and Glenn delved into the science and texture of humus on their first residency together and now want to make a jelly cave.
Would you like to learn how to earn cash providing wild edible weeds for the restaurant and catering market in the city? Wild food expert Diego Bonetto is running a workshop for people in the Mudgee region interested in taking part in a pilot program that will harvest, package and deliver wild foods to Sydney chefs.
Well we’ve begun the journey. KSCA artists Laura Fisher, Jono Bolitho, Georgina Pollard and myself arrived at The Living Classroom to begin our residencies and artworks, engage with the local community and deliver workshops that focused on the role of carbon in the environment and the production of food.
Laura Fisher recalls the terrific launch event for ‘An artist, a farmer and a scientist walk into a bar…’
Stuart and Megan Andrews are trialing a new adaptation of Natural Sequence Farming at Forage Farms in Gympie, QLD.
We’re getting ready for a fascinating hands on workshop at The Living Classroom, with artists, farmers and scientists, to look at carbon from multiple perspectives. Get your tix!