Extractive aesthetics: Noticing and questioning extractive relations

Extractive aesthetics: Noticing and questioning extractive relations

Shared by Laura Salau . Beautiful fall displays adorn our spaces. Pumpkins, squash and gourds intentionally placed for children to admire and observe. The autumn colors transparent in the cornucopia of fall in the bountiful harvest of the season. A mature sunflower; it’s glorious, gigantic 

Food, death & obligation

Food, death & obligation

Shared by Lisa-Marie Gagliardi . Curious about the more-than-human relations in pedagogical spaces, I paused with a group of children and looked at a collection of decomposing apples in a plastic milk crate. Together we noticed the life crawling around, between, through, on and in 

Coming to the table through rituals that do not repeat

Coming to the table through rituals that do not repeat

Shared by Nicole Pierce and Randa Khattar . What does it mean to live as a radical singularity collectively? What does it mean to come to the table – both literally and metaphorically – as a radical singularity with a trajectory desirous of becoming a collectivity 

Noticing Redemptive Practices

Noticing Redemptive Practices

Shared by Lisa-Marie Gagliardi and Randa Khattar . Over the past year and a half, we have been meeting regularly as a research collective to think together about our fooding pedagogies. The children, educators and pedagogist researchers have been experimenting with ways of coming together