“On the Road to Nameless: Adventures in Multispecies Storytelling.”

Please join us next Thursday (11/15) at 1pm in Columbia 249  for a catered lunch and a fabulous talk in our first ENVS brown bag of the year, with Karin Bolender.
Karin Bolender (K-Haw) Hart is an artist-researcher who seeks untold stories within muddy meshes of mammals, plants, microbes, and many others. Under the auspices of the Rural Alchemy Workshop (R.A.W.), she explores dirty words and tangled wisdoms of earthly bodies and technologies through performance, writing, video, and sound. Since 2008, the R.A.W. has cultivated experimental forays like R.A.W. Assmilk Soap, She-Haw Transhumance, Gut Sounds Lullaby, Rodeo Lab, and The Unnaming of Aliass, in the lively company of a big ass family and a far-flung global herd of multispecies collaborators.

Karin has an MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts from Goddard College and a PhD in Environmental Humanities from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.