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Is the sewer system the only end for human waste? Or can it be turned into something useful? This webinar, featuring General Sisters Dana Bishop-Root and Ginger Brooks Takahashi and Nance Klehm of Spontaneous Vegetation, explores the context of, science behind, and vision for a system that turns human waste—humanure—into compost.
Please note: This video contains scatological content and is peppered with four-letter synonyms for “poop.”
On May 9, curator Shannon R. Stratton curated a round-robin discussion with the artists featured in JMKAC's upcoming exhibition, Between You and Me. Artists Chloë Bass, Sara Clugage, Harrell Fletcher and Lisa Jarrett, General Sisters (Dana Bishop-Root and Ginger Brooks Takahashi), John Preus, Benjamin Todd Wills, and Christine Wong Yap, discussed the practices and processes that inform and shape acts of care in their work.