KSCA is a cooperative that supports 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..
Our first of a series of accounts of Groundswell and Pulse of the Earth in Bingara. It was an incredible weekend of tumultuous weather, art and ideas
What’s the difference between charcoal and biochar? Something very significant. Georgie Pollard shares her inspiration in the lead up to the carbon sequestration drawing workshops she’ll be doing at Groundswell this weekend.
The reason you’re cautious about travelling to Groundswell is the reason you should come.
Imogen has been hanging out with some very intrepid and ambitious folk lately. Here she leads us deeper into her Farmers in Flux project, introducing four farmers who are on very different journeys towards ecological stewardship and regenerative change.
Victoria Walker explains how she has come to host a series of events in which people are supported to work through the implications of ecological loss.
Our deepest dive yet into the science of humus with Glenn Morris. The key message remains: the complexity of nature may continue to elude full scientific scrutiny, but we know enough to respect it and support its regeneration.
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..