You are invited to a public exhibition on arts-based methods and diverse (food) economies. The exhibition features artefacts and collective outputs created during a three day workshop exploring the role of art and arts-based methods in expanding our economic and political imaginaries.
Our work together is informed by feminist scholarship on commons and community economies. We use art and design practices to reflect on critical issues related to food provisioning, unpaid labour, urban and rural food economies, land use, commons and commoning, and value. We invite you to browse the results of our joint thinking and creating and join us for a convivial conversation over drinks and bites.