Radicle Notes

Radicle Notes

Radicle Notes

Radicle Notes is an online publication comprising accounts—including essays, diaries and video compositions—born out of the Dookie Art + Ecology Residency, which was launched by the Centre of Visual Art (CoVA) at the University of Melbourne in early 2022. All the contributions to this publication have come from artists who undertook the three to four week residency at the University’s Dookie campus, an agricultural teaching and research facility and working farm located near Shepparton in regional Victoria, on Yorta Yorta Country.

Radicle Notes: Editorial
Dirty Horizons: A Queer Cosmogeny of Soil
Casting of nets
What to do with Agricultural By-Products: An Incomplete Guide
Diary Notes
A Partially Successful Disentanglement

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