Media is a controlled substance



A peculiar fact about termite-tapeworm-fungus-moss art is that it moves
always forward, eating its own boundaries, and, likely as not leaves nothing
in its path but the signs of eager, industrious, unkempt activity.
” – Manny
Farber, 1962
This fluid amalgam of shorts questions the
tension between the natural, non-human world and our innate drive to manipulate,
codify, create and control the environment.

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Segment Video
Collaborator Role
Peculiar Fact about Termite Work Michael Kuetemeyer
TV Smash
Nature Culture Michael Kuetemeyer
Humans and Baboons Erik Gunneson and Michael Kuetemeyer
Gone Swimming Connie Coleman & Alan Powell
Museum Culture Jim Ospenson
Graffiti Washing Meryl Perlson
Resurf Michael Kuetemeyer
Aim and Control Meryl Perlson
Lava Play Michael Kuetemeyer
Gone Swimming 2 Connie Coleman & Alan Powell
Analog Nature Culture Michael Kuetemeyer
Philipa Counting Meryl Perlson Philipa Hernandez Interview
Tree and Fence Michael Kuetemeyer
Jesse and Bees Jim Ospenson Jesse Jane Lewis + David Frankel Performer
The Bee is Angrily Buzzing in My Ear Michael Kuetemeyer Ben Johnson poet
Digital Nature Culture Michael Kuetemeyer
Credits with El Time Lapse Jim Ospenson