Developing and evaluating strategies to foreground interspecies co-production within visual practice.
Fiona MacDonald is an artist, curator and researcher based in Kent. Through the collective Feral Practice, she works to develop and interpret interspecies co-productions within visual art. The term feral is used in contrast to notions of wildness and wilderness that conceive the wild in opposition to the human. MacDonald has been working as an artist since 1993, and as a curator since 2006. Her interest in interspecies practice emerged after moving to a rural location in 2012.