Fiona MacDonald works with human and nonhuman beings as Feral Practice to create art projects that develop ethical and imaginative connection across species boundaries. They draw on art, science and subjective knowledge practices to explore diverse aesthetics and multispecies futures.
Recent projects include: Residência Formigueiro, ant-ic residency for KinoBeat Festival, Brazil 2023. Listening Station, residency and commission for Mangotsfield Folly 2022. Empathy for People, Empathy for Things, a sculptural installation of Mycorrhizal Meditation for the University of Hertfordshire Gallery 2022. Ask the Ants, Scarborough Museum and Art Gallery. Leave to Remain, a multi-species home-focused installation for Hestercombe Gallery 2022. The Ant-ic Museum, an exhibition guided by ants, Scarborough Art Gallery 2021-22. Lissener, site specific audio drama for Oare Marshes commissioned by Estuary 2021. Sum Tyms Bytin Sum Tyms Bit, film exploring sites of human power in East Kent, partnered by Folkestone Fringe and Canterbury Christ Church University.