First edition published May 2021
Second edition published August 2022

Edited by Grace Denis

In, From, and With: Exploring Collaborative Survival is a collectively constructed lexicon that collates a series of terms selected by twenty-four contributors, ranging from botanists to artists to agricultural producers and more. The interactive book, including edible and non-edible recipes, explores the notion of collaborative survival through a series of sensorial pedagogies, implementing the body as a fulcrum for digesting terminology. In, From, and With romances the possibility of reading and doing as a means of metabolizing, braiding together practice and pedagogy through an intimate inquiry of contemporary consumption.
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Preface by Anna Tsing. Contributions from Adwoa Addae, Angela Chan, Asha Mines, Agustine Zegers, Catriona Sandilands, David Horvitz, Eden Batki, Fernando García-Dory, Jessie French, Jo Vávra, Justine Parkin, Institute for Interspecies Arts and Relations, In Co Lab, Lichen Kelp, Loren Kronemyer, Noon Tran, Nora Slade, Oola, Sanctuary Slimane, Sara Graorac, Sarita Dougherty, Sean Roy Parker, Sophia Winitsky, Susanna Battin, Terrapolis Collective, and Tarangini Saxena. Designed by Gal Sherizly. Printed by Offset Santiago.

First edition via Circadian Books (sold out)

Second edition available for purchase here




Stockists:

-Casa Bosques in Mexico City, Mexico →
-Los Angeles Contemporary Archive (LACA) in Los Angeles, United States →
-Murmurs in Los Angeles, United States →
-Des Pair in Los Angeles, United States →
-Librarie La Dispersion in Geneva, Switzerland →
-Espace Arlaud in Lausanne, Switzerland →
-Librairie Météores in Bruxelles, Belgium →
-Zabriskie:  Bookstore for Culture and Nature in Berlin, Germany →
-Inland in Madrid, Spain →
-Uro in Melbourne, Australia →
-Perimeter  in Melbourne, Australia →
-Perks and Mini in Melbourne, Australia →




THE ETYMOLOGY OF CONSUME PROVIDES A LENS TO VIEW AN EXPANDED CONSTELLATION OF ITS MEANING. THE ORIGINS OF THE WORD ARE BORN FROM THE LATIN, SUMO, MEANING “TO TAKE.” ITS SUBSEQUENT DEFINITIONS INCLUDE THE LATE 14TH-CENTURY “TO DESTROY BY SEPARATING INTO PARTS WHICH CANNOT BE REUNITED, AS BY BURNING OR EATING.” 


Bioplastic by Jessie French