Insecta Delecta, sensory explorations for an insectivorous future. Cat Jones creates an edible vivarium from recipes for assimilation…and all that frass*! With ‘exotic ingredients’ by chef Soon Lee Low.

Commissioned by The Wired Lab, creators of landscape scale art, for the agri(culture) project, a series of events exploring the rural vernacular, ancient and emerging agricultural systems, curated by Sarah Last.

*frass: 1. to feast, to devour (like an animal) 2. insecta ejectamenta


2.30pm – 10pm

Saturday 21 October 2017

The Wired Lab, Muttama, NSW

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL  early bird discounts before 30th September!

Tickets include meals and transport with buses provided from Cootamundra. More information including details on accessibility and accommodation in the link above.

Artists include Cat Jones with Insecta Delecta; Field Theory with Kids vs Art; Julie Vulcan with DARKbodies; Chris Watson (UK) with Sanctuary; Tamara Dean with The Edge; Dave Burraston with Grain Silo Meditation Tones; Harriet Goodall with the Wiradjuri Grasslands Weaving and Tanning project; Bron Batton with Onstage Dating; and The Ronalds with Beggan Beggan.

Preview Wired Open Day in The Plant Hunter and Realtime.

agri(culture) has been funded by the federal government through the Australia Council for the arts, its arts funding and advisory body; Festivals Australia; and Create NSW.

Insecta Delecta special thanks to Robert Blackburn at Macleay Museum; Paul Weston and Mark Greco at Charles Sturt University; Kayla Shephard at Something Wild; Sky Blackburn at Edible Bug Shop, Eddie and Sharon at Butterfly Adventures and many others.