Zhengyang and Zhengzhou Huang’s Fire speculates on the environmental impact of Machine Learning and graphics processing units.
“I’ve got this weird thing about ownership” – a closer examination of Spencer Graham’s Xylophobia / Shinrin-yoku.
Ama Dogbe and David John Scarborough’s Underlands imagines possible futures even as loss and grief present us with changes we are yet to fully respond to.
A new playlist by Astrid Björklund responding to Fermynwoods Podcast Episode 17 with Hanna Tuulikki.
A new playlist by Astrid Björklund responding to Fermynwoods Podcast Episode 16 with Maya Livio.
Following her Silencer performance in Corby woods, Maja Zećo asks two very important questions: “Who is listening?” and “Who is performing?”
A new playlist by Astrid Björklund responding to Fermynwoods Podcast Episode 15 with Samm Anga.
Danny Treacy and Johannes Zits discuss how their tree based works coalesce and converge – meeting at a uniting theme of joy.
Catch up on our walking tour of our Treewilder exhibition at Barnwell Country Park, led by guest curator Angela Kingston.
Hanna Tuulikki explores her Finnish heritage, family stories, folklore, and song, to reflect on how ideals of ecology, identity, and nationhood are constructed and entwined.