(B.A. Visual Studies, University of Toronto) is a Canadian artist based in Portland, Oregon. Their practice is rooted in relationships with floral, fungal and microbial kin as armatures for learning how to be in community. 



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MEECH BOAKYE


(B.A. Visual Studies, University of Toronto) is a Canadian artist based in Portland, Oregon. Their practice is rooted in relationships with floral, fungal and microbial kin as armatures for learning how to be in community.


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︎ Illustration
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︎ Instagram
︎ Are.na
Upcoming: Black Box at Trinity Square Video (IRL & Virtual) ︎ Research Poems with Active Cultures (Virtual) ︎ Slow Living Cookbook continued run until March 2023. 


01 AFTERWORDS
COLLECTIVE OFFERINGS


Afterwords is a series of performances with degraded land in Guelph, Ontario and Portland, Oregon: a participatory knowledge sharing and plant foraging walk along a landfilled river bank, ritual medicine making, and offerings to disturbed urban spaces.

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2.15.2022
Cultivating

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02 FOOD FOR AGROECOLOGY SERIES


We watched Chão (Landless) by Camila Freitas on the side of a truck once the sun had set in the middle of a tall grass field. Strawberries and beets drenched in an herbal oxymel brewed on the new moon painted our hands red, and crops in the background mirrored those projected in front of us.

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2.15.2022
Harvested


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03 SLOW LIVING COOKBOOK


This cookbook derived from an anonymous call for sick speech (for complaint) that Evelyn Austin and I responded to with our peers in our final semester of university. Having now both graduated, we attempt to move beyond a moment of catharsis and onto reflection. This cookbook echoes as a call for remediation through material research.

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2.17/2022
Planted

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