This roving drawing school is defined by an experimental curriculum focused on the relationship between architecture, infrastructure and water. Here drawing is an activity embodied to explore these environmental condition under the formal conditions of abstraction and the poetics of movement.
As an organizing principle I center instruction through the lens of the plantationcene. From there we evoke the critical quotidian of our ritual lives and move into the networks that define our freedoms in this climate crisis.
This is a mental and physical project in environmental pedagogy concerned with pulling out sensations from our subconscious to explore, reinforce and recover information about our humanity.
What remains are objects and experiences that emphasis form and materiality. Objects that question perception, consciousness and new world building necessary for more livable ecosystems.
Wynter-Wells Drawing School for Environmental Liberation.