FutureFarmers+Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens are going to marry the fog on Saturday, February 29th beginning at 3pm in UCSC's Great Meadow. Future Farmers are producing this event along with the Institute of Arts and Science. Send inquires and proposals for collaboration to firstname.lastname@example.org. Come collaborate with us it is going to be something else! In Fog Solidarity!
FOG WEDDING - A Call for Participation
To be held in The Great Meadow, UCSC
Saturday, February 29, 2020 3pm - 7pm
Call for participation:
Calling all humans, animals, bio and trans, men and women, transgender bodies, mutants, voices and survivors. You are invited by Futurefarmers, Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle to celebrate the leap year of love and together, form a liquid community to marry the Fog!
Eco-Sexual Fog Wedding:
1. SEND PROPOSALS TO:
Subject: Fog Wedding
Body: Short description of what you wish to contribute:
Ociants - a public
proclamation of marriage
(on knees, in trees ..)
2. AN ECOSEXUAL MARRIAGE
A procession across the Great Meadow and into the Forest and beyond.
We are a Fog Body Shades of grey on top layer, Under layer of brilliant prismatic color We will shed our grey in a collective action Revealing our true colors
On February 29, Futurefarmers, Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkles will gather with you on The Great Meadow located on the campus of the Univeristy of California, Santa Cruz.
Fog is in need of our love and attention. As the planet warms, the fog retreats further and
further oshore. Our Coastal Fog has been found to be inhabited by amplied levels of methylmercury which has been indicated in the whiskers and hair of our companion species the mountain lion, deer and lichen.
The elusive Coastal Fog is a complex phenomena in how it forms, how it evolves, and how it
dissipates or disappears. Fog mystifys our human vision/perception and injects ambiguity in our experience and hence enhances a multiplication of signals in our senses.
Fog Wedding is part of Fog Inquiry, a research and exhibition project initiated by San Francisco-based artist group, Futurefarmers and hosted by the Instititute of the Arts and Sciences at the University of California, Santa Cruz. This event is produced with E.A.R.T.H. Lab, Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle.