By taking part in the collective creation and consumption of homemade kombucha, participants will study the kombucha ‘mother’ and multi-species assemblages, as well as engage in a critical discourse about the cultural meaning made from the human and non-human entanglements. Consuming the Mother aims to invoke practices of tasseography and Kabbalah to reflect on the multiplicities of the human and non-human facets of our identity and relationships._
A practical guide to ecomancy for the digital age explores systems of narrative making by consulting both traditional magic ritual and scientific futures. Presented as three workshops/performances, Crawlers invites you to invoke the powers of our nonhuman kin to equip the audience with the necessary tools for reconciling science and magic.
If you would like to attend any festival event but can’t pay the fee, the organizers will gladly waive it for you, just please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.