Habits of burrowing, timekeeping and other lessons from anthills, water snakes and kitchen tigers

29 November 2020, 12.00-1.30pm (London time)

Sign-up: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/habits-of-burrowing-timekeeping-and-other-lessons-from-anthills-tickets-127609333953

This workshop by artist Zarina Muhammad is an invitation to reflect on the ways we might have re-established notions of habitat, routine, safety, belonging and isolation, alongside ways we have marked and measured time in the last 365 days. What new habits have been cultivated? What kind of reconfigured calendrical systems and modes of living, surviving and thriving have we created? Which aspects of the human-centred ‘ new world order’ have you mechanically and methodically internalised till now? What have you attempted to unlearn, unravel, redo? This workshop is an invitation to share on what has felt discordant to our senses in recent times, and to meander through the homely and strange, uninhabitable, the otherworlds and more than human worlds that we share habits and habitats with. 

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