Food Waste(ing)

Food Waste(ing)

Waste(ing) in Viral Times Tapping into the sensorial and affective possibilities of the arts, we invite slow, situated pedagogies that keep waste ‘in sight and in mind’. Our work envisions pedagogies that rethink management approaches (reduce, reuse, recycle) and...
Compos/t/ing with food waste

Compos/t/ing with food waste

Slow Beginnings In March, the world came to a screeching halt. Covid-19, contamination, infection, isolation, protection and prevention drove the conversation. Living in viral times, the pandemic knows no boundaries as it affects/infects not just the physical but also...
Living with Plastics

Living with Plastics

Tapping into the sensorial and affective possibilities of the arts, we invite slow, situated pedagogies that keep plastics ‘in sight and in mind’. Our pedagogical work with educators and young children envisions early childhood pedagogies that rethink management...
How does the plastic move in the bottles?

How does the plastic move in the bottles?

We have begun an inquiry into plastic. Today as we explored plastic bottles filled with plastic, I noticed something new. I observed as the toddlers shook the bottles up and down how the plastic inside the bottles moved in different ways. I was curious how the plastic...

The logics of plastic

Plastic is efficient. Plastic is malleable. Plastic seals. Plastic preserves. Plastic separates. Plastic binds. Plastic is toxic. Plastic is uncontrollable. Plastic goes unnoticed. At the same time that plastic fills the world, it leaves the world empty. Plastic is...

Plastic in sight & in mind

Through our participation in the project Rethinking the R’s, we are inviting a group of children to join us in keeping a waste material, plastics, “in mind and in sight.” Tapping into the sensorial and affective possibilities of the arts, we are investigating new...