MycoMythologies: MycoMythological Storytelling
Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/97644719269
MycoMythological Storytelling is the fifth node of the MycoMythologies: Storytelling Circle that brings all the hyphal strands of the workshop together to create a new myth or myths created both individually and collectively. This collective MycoMythology will tell a speculative fiction – a story about our world’s inherent possibilities not-yet realized – a tale of becoming connected and entangled.
Spawn is the sixth node of the MycoMythologies: Storytelling Circle, which is a short ritual or donation of the created myth to the World Networks Entanglement and MycoMythological Database named Spawn from which future participants of the workshop might source their research materials.
MycoMythologies: Storytelling Circle will be an on/off_line performative workshop that evokes and employs the workshop attendants’ mycelial mind through nodes of knowledge gathering practices and embodied mycology. Participants will create their own mythological, speculative stories and reflect on some previously generated while learning about World Networks Entanglements, also known as planetary biological infrastructure.
Each workshop will perform two nodes of the mycelial Storytelling Circle: Networking for Expedition, Gathering Spores and Making Maps, and finally, MycoMythological Storytelling.
No prior knowledge is required to participate in the workshop; only a computer, an Internet connection, any browser, and any text editor are enough. The workshops consist of three meetings (23 March, 30 March and 6 April), each lasting two hours, and will take place through the online platform ZOOM.
Applications are open until 19 March 2021 at firstname.lastname@example.org. Participation is free of charge.