We’ve been building A. a new bed. We wanted it to be a bed of dreams! It had to be a place for her to tuck in and hide. I remember cubby holes and hiding places being the best when I was small. The bed area would double as her bedroom in the corner of […]
This beautiful and simple children’s book by Iela Mari was given to our daughter for her birthday. It is now one of her favorites.
Originally printed in Germany under the title Ein seeigel und was daraus wird, it was translated into Danish and printed by Martin Berg, as der var engang et søpindsvin in […]
I’m reading this book right now: Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder.The author Richard Louv looks at the psychological effects of spending time in the natural world, which you may have guessed tend to be overwhelmingly positive for children and adults, improving creativity, mood, and social […]
We love building things with our daughter Ada. Sometimes we use typical crafting materials and sometimes we use whatever we find around the house. Lately, it’s been cold outside and we have been indoors making a lot of things with her. She can learn about tactile materials with simple projects and power tool […]
I recently returned from a trip to Derry, Northern Ireland where I worked with artist in residence Andrea Francke at the Centre for Contemporary Art on a workshop about urban ecology, foraging, map making and orienting yourself to a place.
Brett and I first worked […]
This is the last in a series of posts about our recent installation at Flensborggade 57, a project room art space in Vesterbro. We have been excited to share The Alphabet Tower with you over the past week. The project is many things from a building experiment in recycled materials to an art […]
On Saturday, we had the opening of Household Ecologies #5: The Alphabet Tower. It was a lot of fun to see our experimental play gym made from recycled materials getting so much use from the all the children who came to the opening. We will have a post devoted to the exuberant play that happened […]
We are here getting ready for the opening of Household Ecologies #5: The Alphabet Tower at Flensborggade 57 on Saturday afternoon and snapped a super, secret shot of The Alphabet Tower being packed up.
Come out on Saturday to see the whole thing in action.
We would like to invite you to our upcoming exhibition: Household Ecologies #5: The Alphabet Tower , May 25 from 14:00-17:00 at Flensborggade 57.
Household Ecologies #5: The Alphabet Tower
Exhibition dates: May 25-June 23
Opening Saturday, May 25th 14:00-17:00 | Flensborggade 57
afternoon opening with a grill party and interactive art for kids.
Radio Aktiv Sonic Deep Map (2013)
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Watch our interview of SeedBroadcast, a mobile project that is part seed library and part seed-saving-story-collecting machine-recording the stories of seed saving, farming, and food sovereignty work being done around the US.
BOOK: Deep Routes
Bonnie co-edited this collection of essays that reflect on who gets to define a region and what the struggles are in relation to being in a place and demanding social justice across many issues and terrains.
Download a poster Bonnie made about biodiversity in a vacant lot in the Amager borough of Copenhagen, in collaboration with biologist, Inger Kærgaard, ornithologist, Jørn Lennart Larsen and botanist, Camilla Sønderberg Brok: A BRIEF TAXONOMY OF A LOT
We made and installed a network of bat houses in Urbana, Illinois, to support the local and regional bat population, but also to begin a conversation about re-making the built environment.
We write often about artists and art groups that work with putting ‘culture’ back in agriculture. Here is a new favorite: myvillages, a group of three women based in Germany, the Netherlands, and the UK. Read more...
Post Revolutionary Exercises
We really admire the dedicated hard work of Kultivator who seeks to fuse agriculture and art in their work. Click this sentence to get a PDF of their poster collection called "Post Revolutionary Exercises."