An art and science research project on fungi held in Brazil in March 2023 hosted by Pro Helvetia South America. A short insight from an internal perspective.
Published 5 May 2023 by Elsa Ferreira
Where to go this summer? Makery has made a selection of summer camps and universities in Europe 2023 edition.
Published 4 May 2023 by Tim Boykett
How the questions of soil and sail interweave in a desirable future for food transportation? Tim Boykett from Time's Up extends his presentation at The Soil Assembly in this essay (part two).
Published 21 April 2023 by Tim Boykett
How the questions of soil and sail interweave in a desirable future for food transportation? Tim Boykett from Time's Up extends his presentation at The Soil Assembly in this essay (part one).
Published 10 April 2023 by Rob La Frenais
On April 6, the Aerocene community attempted a world record for a solar balloon flight, near Maintenon, France.
Published 4 April 2023 by Julian Chollet
Focus on Malte Larsen's (microBIOMIK Society) work around community building, mushroom cultivation, urban forests and soil regeneration.
Published 3 April 2023 by Adam Bencard
For Adam Bencard, the collaboration between art and medicine highlights the socio-cultural mechanisms of care, and initiates practices of doing-together that decompartmentalize practices.
Published 22 March 2023 by Julian Chollet
"The Soil Assembly" at the Kochi Biennale (India)is about the (bio)diversity and the interconnectedness of all living beings. Makery was there.
Published 14 March 2023
Since 2011, the Bioart Society has been organizing an artistic residency in a scientific laboratory in Lapland. The next edition will take place from September
Published 1 March 2023 by Vit Bohal
The essay Synthetic Becoming explores the new molecular commons, in which myriad vectors connect our bodies with human industry, the consumer habits of other people and the material state of our lived environment.
Published 20 February 2023 by Zoénie Deng
The exhibition More-than-Planet (July-December 2022) presented five international artists working on critical narratives to reduce the global environmental crisis.
Published 8 February 2023 by Atelier 21
The book "Space Without Rockets" adresses the ways in which we could travel away to space, sustainably. Makery publishes three of the texts from this essential reading. Second text by Atelier 21.
Published 2 February 2023 by Elsa Ferreira
Marta Moreno Muñoz and Oscar Martín traveled 4,000 kilometers on foot, by train and by ferry, to reach Finland from Spain.
Published 26 January 2023
Makery is partner of the Soil Assembly: Ecologies, Circularities and Living Pedagogies, at Kochi-Muziris Biennale from 1st to 5th February in Kochi, India. The event will be online and on site at Cabral Yard and Pepper House, Fort Kochi.
Published 17 January 2023 by Rob La Frenais
The book "Space Without Rockets" adresses the ways in which we could travel away to space, sustainably. Makery publishes three of the texts from this essential reading. First text (part two) by Rob La Frenais.
Published 16 January 2023 by Rob La Frenais
The book "Space Without Rockets" adresses the ways in which we could travel away to space, sustainably. Makery publishes three of the texts from this essential reading. First text (part one) by Rob La Frenais.
Published 20 October 2022 by Pauline Briand
The installation Green Open Food Evolution by artist Maya Minder was presented at the Open Source Body festival in Paris. She will also be at the Antre Peaux in Bourges from November 19.
Published 12 October 2022 by Maxence Grugier
For the past 20 years, the Smiths of Schmiede have been gathering in the Old Saline of Hallein in Austria. Ten days of wild collaboration that culminate in an extravagant group exhibition.
Published 12 October 2022 by Rob La Frenais
‘More Than Living’ opened on September 27 at the Cité internationale des arts in Paris. It was a complex, multi-faceted and ambitious project on several levels. The exhibition is visible until October 22nd. Makery attempted an overview.
Published 11 October 2022 by Rob La Frenais
On September 23-24, Global Periphery symposium was exploring the contemporary imaginaries of space through examples of artistic creations from the space sector with voices from multiple continents and locations.