“Sewing is an act of care and kindness,” says artist Hana Wilde. “I look for the shared textures, colours and forms between the human and non-human.”
An ongoing photographic collaboration between artist Nadège Meriau and mushrooms gathered from an ancient woodland in North London.
Artist Gillian Genser describes how making art caused irreparable damage to her own body due to the toxic residues of human progress.
Artist Bianca Hlywa delves into the process of making collaborative installations using SCOBY – symbiotic cultures of bacteria and yeast.
In praise of decomposition, fermentation and transformation by Fin Jordão, the water and waste officer at the Centre for Alternative Technology in Wales.
Collaboratively produced paintings on cardboard by Phill Hopkins and Jadene Imbush – part of a larger project on the UK’s burgeoning homelessness crisis.
Artists Anna Walker and Genie Poretzky-Lee make use of glass jars as containers for an experimental process of growth and transformation.
Exploring the neurological primacy of the scribble or scrawl – a series of recent drawings and/as poetry by artist and poet SJ Fowler.