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R.A.W. Assfur Cupcakes at Emergent Ecologies

  Emergent Ecologies Art Exhibit Curated by Eben Kirksey, Grace Glovier, Cody Kohn, Kayli Marshall, Greg Umali, and Alexandra Palocz February 29th – March 31st Butler College, Studio ’34 Cafe Emergent ecologies are being fastened into place with new rivets and cyborg articulations. Amidst…

TRANSSPECIES

– an assembly across species lines November 6-8, 2015 at Dome of Visions in Copenhagen, Denmark Featuring artworks by: Lisbeth Bank(DK)/ Honey Biba Beckerlee (DK)/ Laura Beloff (FN)/ Adam Bencard (DK)/ Karin Bolender (US)/ Beatriz da Costa (BR)/ Elisabeth Friis (DK)/ Fugt (DK) /…

“Gut Sounds Lullaby” in Antennae #32

“Gut Sounds Lullaby” is an assay based in performance work that tangles with equine gut sounds, radical theory of Karen Barad, and performative acts of listening with Melanie Moser, Possible, and a party pony named Fireball. It is published in the current issue of…

Multispecies Salon, the book

At last the wonders of the traveling Multispecies Salon is available in portable form, in both traditional physical codex and electronic book formats. Duke University Press has published The Multispecies Salon, a collection edited by Eben Kirksey and featuring works by Caitlin Berrigan, Karin…

Triage: Christine Toth, with Karin Bolender and Craig Goodworth

Triage: three artists sort shifting emergencies of bodies, language, and spaces between, revealing places of opacity, refuge, and intimacy. Triage Christine Toth with Karin Bolender & Craig Goodworth Exhibition Dates: September 5 – 28, 2013

R.A.W. Assmilk Soap: the last batch?

If not the last, this batch is certainly the culmination of all the main questions, hopes, and mammalian interconnections that Assmilk Soap is meant to contain. Made in May 2013, this batch of Assmilk Soap holds Passenger’s milk, which she made on the Big…

Gut Sounds Lullaby

“Gut sounds” is a term with significant resonances in American ass husbandry. Auscultation (i.e., listening) for gut sounds, or gastrointestinal motility, is a primary diagnostic tool in equine veterinary practice, where the presence or absence of normal gurglings (or borborygmus) in quadrants of an…