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FERAL NEIGHBOURHOODS,
04.03.22-15.04.22

NEITHER NATIVE NOR WILD, FERAL ECOLOGIES ARE ECOLOGICAL WORLDS CREATED WHEN NONHUMAN LIFE BECOMES ENTANGLED WITH HUMAN STRUCTURES IN UNINTENDED AND UNANTICIPATED WAYS. RATHER THAN REMAINING ABSTRACT OR DISTANT FROM OUR DAILY LIVES, THESE ENTANGLEMENTS REVERBERATE IN OUR LIVED EXPERIENCES AND LOCALITIES.

BUILDING ON THE WORK OF SCHOLARS LIKE ANNA TSING, FERAL NEIGHBOURHOODS EXAMINES THESE INTRICATE MOMENTS OF CONNECTION, INVITING ARTISTS TO SHARE THEIR INTERACTIONS WITH, AND RESPONSES TO, FERAL ECOLOGIES OBSERVED IN THEIR SURROUNDING ENVIRONMENTS.

BEYOND DOCUMENTING INSTANCES OF FERALITY, EACH WORK EXPLORES HOW FERAL ECOLOGIES RESONATE BEYOND THEIR IMMEDIATE OR INDIVIDUAL SPHERES —GENERATING NEW FLOWS BETWEEN HUMAN AND NONHUMAN LIFE, SHAPING THE WAY COMMUNITIES ENGAGE WITH NONHUMAN SPECIES AND EACH OTHER.










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