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    The logic defying characteristics of water.
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    In the last of a three-part series for the Journal of Wild Culture, artist and writer Hestia Peppe begins the painful process of cataloguing, cleaning and moving on.
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    In the second of a three-part series for the Journal of Wild Culture, artist and writer Hestia Peppe opens the door to a shared world of stuff and stories.
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    Tom Jeffreys picks out his highlights from the traditional curtain-raiser of London's packed art fair calendar.
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    Fair-weather stags, hares, lambs and does.
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    In the first of a three-part series for the Journal of Wild Culture, artist and writer Hestia Peppe opens the door to a shared world of stuff and stories.
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    A short film on the love and trials of sustainable living and raising bacon.
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    The Limits of Knowledge: a journey to explain the mysteries of earth and beyond.
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    A deadly virus infesting the arts community enters by the ears and eyes to take over the mouth and eat away at the mind and soul.
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    “Glaciers are fast-moving tonnes of ice, but you can model them like honey.”
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    Artist Steven Morgana on the indistinct relationship between progress and decay.
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    Back in October last year we held a Wild Culture Jamboree. We made a call out for creative responses to the question "What does wild culture mean to you?". Whether illustrations, videos, photographs or written pieces, we received some wonderful submissions and we'd like to thank everyone who took part. From Feral Theatre's brilliantly histrionic "Funeral For Lost Speices", to a hauntingly atmospheric "Hunt for the Scottish Monster", we enjoyed all of the entries in their glorious diversity.

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