I was happy to receive an email from Limno, a interdisciplinary collective based in Italy that researches nature – in many senses. They are seeking contributions for their upcoming editorial project on stratification. The project is centered around a series of walks at an old fort in Venice (yes! always happy to meet other people using walks for art and research), but the open call is not limited to this place. Read on for more:
Limno, research collective that investigates the topics of nature and natures, is currently working on an editorial project that focuses on the concept of stratification – floristic, faunal, architectural, landscape – and it is organized in contributions as texts, images and maps.
A section of the volume will include a selection of the texts freely sent, according to their relevance to Limno and its topics of research. This call for entries is open to professionals and amateurs as well.
For further information, visit http://www.limno.info/english-version/get-involved/
Make sure to scroll down on the Call for Entries website to see some lovely images from the first walk at the fort.
If you read this blog regularly, you are probably at least a little interested in the layering of human, animal and plant life and artifacts and in taking a closer look at seemingly ordinary places. So maybe you’ll consider submitting. The deadline is April 15. You are welcome to use the comment section below to discuss your ideas with other Urban Plant fans.