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Jupiter Woods reconfigures as a platform for collaboration and experimentation, welcoming dialogue across disciplines: devoted to providing space to a multiplicity of voices and to the artistic community at large.

Now at its fourth year, Jupiter Woods is run by Carolina Ongaro, Katie Simpson and Katrina Black, and wishes to maintain its commitment to facilitating the production and exchange of artistic and curatorial research; forging and developing collaboration across borders; and cultivating curatorial methodologies founded on relatedness, experimentation and the feminine.

Our 2018 programme wishes to activate platforms of research and enquiry that interrogate the manifold souls of knowledge and education in their relation to subject formation and embodied learning. This journey will weave through moments of research, performative elements and occasions of collective gathering that aim at generating dialogue and alternative strategies of knowing and learning.


Jupiter Woods and chats

Over the summer months, Jupiter Woods collaborates with chats to engender a space for sharing and meeting in the renovated garden. During their residency, chats will fit a kitchen in the Jupiter Woods’ premises and act as an extension of the gallery in a active cafe/canteen capacity.

chats is a South-East London based food and socialising project, run by Leah Walker, Berry Patten and Dannie Russo. chats ethos is about offering a platform whilst recognising labour and fair exchange through collaborations. The open hours are improvised and played out in response to the circumstances; there is no fixed formula to faking it.

Through this collaboration, Jupiter Woods continues to generate occasions for collectivity and conviviality in the meeting of multiple practices. The space so conceived will become ground for new encounters, tentative projects, germinal conversations; tests and trials.


http://chatschats.uk/

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Jupiter Woods was established in early 2014 by Hanna Laura Kaljo, Lucy Lopez, Carolina Ongaro, Barnie Page, Cory Scozzari and Emma Siemens-Adolphe, with an exhibition space and residency facility in a domestic setting. 

Jupiter Woods
61 Rollins Street 
London SE15 1EP



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About Contact

Jupiter Woods reconfigures as a platform for collaboration and experimentation, welcoming dialogue across disciplines: devoted to providing space to a multiplicity of voices and to the artistic community at large.

Now at its fourth year, Jupiter Woods is run by Carolina Ongaro, Katie Simpson and Katrina Black, and wishes to maintain its commitment to facilitating the production and exchange of artistic and curatorial research; forging and developing collaboration across borders; and cultivating curatorial methodologies founded on relatedness, experimentation and the feminine.

Our 2018 programme wishes to activate platforms of research and enquiry that interrogate the manifold souls of knowledge and education in their relation to subject formation and embodied learning. This journey will weave through moments of research, performative elements and occasions of collective gathering that aim at generating dialogue and alternative strategies of knowing and learning.


Jupiter Woods and chats

Over the summer months, Jupiter Woods collaborates with chats to engender a space for sharing and meeting in the renovated garden. During their residency, chats will fit a kitchen in the Jupiter Woods’ premises and act as an extension of the gallery in a active cafe/canteen capacity.

chats is a South-East London based food and socialising project, run by Leah Walker, Berry Patten and Dannie Russo. chats ethos is about offering a platform whilst recognising labour and fair exchange through collaborations. The open hours are improvised and played out in response to the circumstances; there is no fixed formula to faking it.

Through this collaboration, Jupiter Woods continues to generate occasions for collectivity and conviviality in the meeting of multiple practices. The space so conceived will become ground for new encounters, tentative projects, germinal conversations; tests and trials.


http://chatschats.uk/

~

Jupiter Woods was established in early 2014 by Hanna Laura Kaljo, Lucy Lopez, Carolina Ongaro, Barnie Page, Cory Scozzari and Emma Siemens-Adolphe, with an exhibition space and residency facility in a domestic setting. 

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61 Rollins Street 
London SE15 1EP



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Your macrobiome weighs around two kilos and contains 100 trillion tiny lives. The microbiota that came out in your faeces yesterday outnumber the humans on the planet. These trillions of companions, travelers, populate the greenhouse ecosystem under your skin. Your brain knows them even if you don’t.

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The gut brain isn’t inarticulate; but the head brain has a different syntax. The head brain works to make tiny technology to send down into the depths and report back: ingestible sensors made of silicon-based circuitry and biodegradable minerals, with batteries consisting of nutrients and running on stomach juices.

These foreign messengers sent into the inner tubes can inform the head brain about bacterial infections, gastrointestinal disorders, medication uptake, riots, protests, petty disagreements, breakups, ecological shifts, mycological takeovers, and of course the weather down there. What the sensor can’t tell you is whether your conscious state is messing with your gut, or whether it’s the other way around.

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The body works hard to control the membrane – the interface, however slight, between inside and out. But the body is not concerned with authorship. The body is always authored by other bodies, the micro-bodies, the microbiota. Being a good host to others has always been the key to self-care.

Bare Life: Gut is a podcast by Jenna Sutela and Elvia Wilk. It features a meal and a conversation about embodiment, asking: What does it mean to be in your body here and now, without relying on either an idealized prehuman past or an inhuman future? What really are the basic substrates of a healthy human existence? The topics discussed vary from bacteria dealers to microscopic healers and from fermentation to self-experimentation. Digestion is a question.

Including excerpts and ideas from work by Benjamin Bratton, Giulia Enders, Alexis Goertz, Michael Pollan, and Gregory Whitehead.