A book by Anna Chrystal Stephens and Glen Stoker, designed by Paul Bailey with contributions from: Monique Besten, Fernanda Eugenio, Anna Francis, Jake Harries, Cristina Lina, Fiona MacDonald, Hadiru Mahdi, Dorothée Perin, Sally Pointer & Gareth Riseborough, Richard Prideaux, Laura Sillars,Stefan Szczelkun, Studio Polpo (Mark Parsons & Jon Orlek), J.D. Taylor, Carla Wright.
Published by Site Gallery, 2017. Supported by Arts Council England ISBN 978-1-899926-04-6, 200pp.
A quest to seek old knowledge and apply it to current problems, an exploration of how to exist as part of an integrated ecosystem. The book presents life-changing information about survival strategies as well asking how we can be part of a cross-disciplinary collaborative approach to making change. It responses to research activities such as plant identification courses, instructional skills sessions and long walks in the form of image sequences and essays. There are a range of contributions from mentors, peers and other explorers who have been part of our project.