Salmon: A Red Herring by Cooking Sections Review by Oscar Salguero

2022-07-07T12:43:38+02:00

“In the realm of colour, chemical colour, synthetic colour, nothing remains the same as it was yesterday.” - Esther Leslie [Synthetic Worlds] In the ocean your global positioning is in constant fluctuation. If you are salmon in the wild a krill appeals to you. It is pure sustenance. Carotenoids that tint float, draw you in… “Crustaceans swimming at 63°29’19.8”N,

Salmon: A Red Herring by Cooking Sections Review by Oscar Salguero2022-07-07T12:43:38+02:00

PROTOPLASMIC FLOW

2022-07-07T12:49:34+02:00

The Symbiocene Anthology is a series of alternative artists books reviews by Oscar Salguero relating to the way in which we adapt or immerse ourselves into a post-anthropocene reality. Coined by philosopher Glenn Albrecht, the Symbiocene appeals to a new generation of humans aiming for symbiotic possibilities with nature and the various entities with whom we share this planet. This is the first review of the series,

PROTOPLASMIC FLOW2022-07-07T12:49:34+02:00
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