Fieldwork for Future Ecologies | Melbourne Book Launch
Perimeter is excited to present the launch of Fieldwork for Future Ecologies: Radical practice for art and art-based research (Onomatopee), taking place at 4pm–6pm, Saturday March 25 at Perimeter HQ (734 High St, Thornbury). The launch will include a panel discussion between editors Polly Stanton and Sam Nightingale, and the book's designer Paul Mylecharane. We hope to see you there!
Pre-orders for Fieldwork for Future Ecologies will be available to collect at the launch.
734 High St, Thornbury VIC
Saturday March 25, 2023
This is a free event, with no reservations required.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Edited by Bridget Crone, Sam Nightingale and Polly Stanton
Bringing together contributions by artists, writers and theorists, Fieldwork for Future Ecologies addresses the role that art practice and art-based research plays in expanding notions of fieldwork. At once a handbook for research and practice and a philosophical speculation, this book offers the unique opportunity to explore ways of working within vastly diverse climates and terrains using image, sound, movement and other sensing technologies. It also offers more creative and speculative interventions into the idea and location of the ‘field’ itself.
Focusing on a range of projects from across different geographic locations and situations, the book highlights the crucial contribution that art can make to environmental and climate studies offering a valuable intervention into current discussions of artistic practice and research. Fieldwork for Future Ecologies presents a series of propositions and speculations ... radical practices for radical times.
544 pages, 13.8 x 21.5 cm, softcover, Onomatopee (Eindhoven).