Feral Partnerships

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Feral Partnerships is a collaboration between James Powell, Beth Fisher, Matthew Darmour-Paul, and Enrico Brondelli di Brondello. They are interested in stories of entangled ecologies and world-making projects that meet at and within the boundaries of whatever is perceived to be ‘the built environment.’ They received a grant for their project that advocates for architecture as a spatial practice dedicated to multi-species flourishing. Case studies of the architecture of human and animal cohabitation will be presented in exhibitions and workshops of interest to those involved in design, construction and policy-making in London. They write:

The project, through its web archive, exhibition and workshopping formats, intends to reach both a public and a professional audience. It hopes to provide a key resource for architects, landscape architects, urbanists, policy-makers, and ecologists, as well as being of wider interest to artists, chefs, foragers, farmers, concerned citizens, lobbyists, conservationists and students in the environmental humanities. Our involvement in the Architects Climate Action Network (ACAN) in London, leading the biodiversity pressure group, ensures we will have an audience and a stake in the future of development policy and ecologically regenerative protocols for the city.