Nomadic Collective Research / Investigación Colectiva Nómade / Tierra del Fuego

Monthly archive

September 2019

Programs/Residencies

Ensayo #4 – Magnetic Connect

WHEN September 10 – 28, 2019 WHAT After the opening of our exhibition, Everything is Possibly an Oracle, we headed to the central highlands, traversing thirsty country on high fire alert.  Guided by our friend, Dale Harding, we accepted an invitation from Carol and Trent… … Keep Reading

Field Notes/Song

Undine

Laying on the land, We asked the dreaming to orient our listening. It said, women, your sacred rituals excite the origin. So, we followed the caterpillar east up the mountain. Across the rocky crevice, to the twisted limbs of an ancient gum. There, we rested,… … Keep Reading

ladistancia.tv

The first season of the short-form web series DISTANCIA is online. Tierra del Fuego resists being grasped by canonical approaches to knowledge. If objective observation, ethnographic interpretation and geographic analysis seem to have exhausted themselves, what other method is there? Or must the query be… … Keep Reading

On Coastal Curriculum

“What is coastal curriculum?” one asked. “What are we here to learn?” wondered another. Cards were drawn at water’s edge. Lines were traced in the sand. Sticks were raised next to rocks. A snake passed. Voices from different continents threaded memories together. Washed by the… … Keep Reading

Programs/Residencies

Ensayo #4 – Minjerribah and Canaipa

WHEN August 23-28, 2019 WHAT Ensayistas met in Meanjin (Brisbane, Australia), where collaborator Caitlin Franzmann is based, for a mobile residency on the coastal islands in Quandamooka Country (Moreton Bay and islands) in southeast Queensland. After visiting the exhibition Seeing Country at Redland Art Gallery,… … Keep Reading

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