Lessons from a Multispecies Studio (Book)
Uncovering Ecological Understanding and Biophilia through Creative Reciprocity
New critical discourse and applied methods based on the author’s original research and interspecies art practice, Animal Lover. Each chapter narrates the creative processes of one project, including the worlds of canines, salmon, birds and forest communities, and how these encounters transformed her outlook on Earth and all life. 50 half-tones
A collection of nonfiction, first-hand writings about my creative collaborations with local animals and ecologies – companion dogs, wild birds and salmon, as well as forest communities. The stories reveal human relations with other lifeforms, and how creativity can play a part in generating a renewed sense of wonder and kinship with nature.
Julie Andreyev is a Vancouver based artist-activist, researcher and educator. Andreyev has a PhD from Simon Fraser University, and is Associate Professor at Emily Carr University of Art + Design where she teaches in the New Media + Sound Arts major, and Critical Studies courses.
Crows and Stones
A gift from a crow
Crow mind and narrative ethics
Crow Stone Tone Poem
New gift, new art
Salmon and River
The Adams River spawning grounds
Salmon migration projects
Fish ways of knowing
Interspecies indeterminacy and biophilic attention