Artist Stuart Moore explains his nature-inspired energy efficient solutions to installing various artworks.
A Ton of Worms explores themes of time, space, nature and human connection through the chthonic lens of an ancient yew tree.
Build a hybrid sculpture containing analogue electrical components to produce otherworldly sounds in this online workshop.
An exhibition of digitally based work which takes its name from the fear of wooden objects, forests, or wooded areas.
A playlist of sound works created by artists and musicians engaging with and amplifying natural forces and elements.
Our 2022-23 Alternative Provision programme with students from The CE Academy is celebrated in an online publication.
Brendan McDowell from Mycosia discusses fungi and the world of mushrooms with Boon & Baum.
Two For Joy is a new playlist by Astrid Björklund responding to Fermynwoods Podcast Episode 18 with Danny Treacy and Johannes Zits.
Spencer Graham discusses the specificity of music, tracklists and circular narratives alongside forest themed tracks.
The digital version of our 2023 bulletin, Issue 17 in the series, featuring the latest activity in our Xylophobia programme.
The artists in this exhibition explore how and where we as individuals fit in the natural world, making connections between the environment and our physical bodies.
Denise de Cordova is an Arts Inspiration for one student from The CE Academy.
Greg Orrom Swan’s process of digital fermentation sets something generative in motion and an outcome emerges – whilst “hoping the mould doesn’t win”.
“The association of woods with treachery and horror was used frequently in Flash games to enhance the thrill factor, perpetuating xylophobic tendencies”
Zhengyang and Zhengzhou Huang’s Fire speculates on the environmental impact of Machine Learning and graphics processing units.
“I’ve got this weird thing about ownership” – a closer examination of Spencer Graham’s Xylophobia / Shinrin-yoku.