Nomadic Collective Research / Investigación Colectiva Nómade / Tierra del Fuego

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Sarita Galvez

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

Hydrofeminist METitations

A postscript on Hydro-Feminist METitations presented as part of the Liquid Architecture program Negative Volumes: Body Languages held at West Space, Melbourne on October 14th, 2017 Welcome to Country by Uncle Bill Nicholson. Uncle Bill started by acknowledging the local language, Woiwurrung, and greeting us… … Keep Reading

Recordar SSSS

En español recordar viene del latín, cordis, y significa volver a pasar por el corazón. Algunas semanas después de nuestro taller SSSS en el Victoria College of the Arts Secondary School Camila y yo nos juntamos a rememorar. A volver juntas a pasar por la… … Keep Reading

Essays/Field Notes

Coastal Curriculum

Part of a slow process of weaving experiences, ideas and dreams in Narrm Melbourne this is an offering from Sarita Gálvez and Camila Marambio to the rest of the Coastal Curriculum pods (New York, Norway, Tierra del Fuego). First conceived of as a manifesto, today… … Keep Reading

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