Horizon

We are super stoked to be part of an upcoming exhibition at Fremantle Arts Centre - Horizon: Exploring the West Coast with The Clipperton Project.

An inspiring international research initiative that brings together art, science and philosophy, The Clipperton Project has undertaken expeditions and exhibitions all over the world, and is coming to FAC in November this year. Snapcat will join sixteen other artists making work about adventure, exploration, and the horizon. We can’t wait.

brandyneat
brandyneat:

halcy:

the-tricksters-neophyte:

h-o-r-n-g-r-y:

ciderandsawdust:

Our first attempt at a Swedish fire log was a smashing success.

burns for hours and it looks beautiful.

I have no idea how you make a Swedish fire long
but i have a MIGHTY NEED for a Swedish fire log

It’s actually super easy and you see basically how in the picture: Just cut slits about like 3/4 down in a big (dry) log with a chainsaw. Then, just light it up on top with some smaller branches and whatever, the inside will catch fire, and it’ll burn for a long time. Great at outside events in the cold months.

oh man… ripping through that log by hand would take for fucking ever, so you better be fucking committed to that fire. 

brandyneat:

halcy:

the-tricksters-neophyte:

h-o-r-n-g-r-y:

ciderandsawdust:

Our first attempt at a Swedish fire log was a smashing success.

burns for hours and it looks beautiful.

I have no idea how you make a Swedish fire long

but i have a MIGHTY NEED for a Swedish fire log

It’s actually super easy and you see basically how in the picture: Just cut slits about like 3/4 down in a big (dry) log with a chainsaw. Then, just light it up on top with some smaller branches and whatever, the inside will catch fire, and it’ll burn for a long time. Great at outside events in the cold months.

oh man… ripping through that log by hand would take for fucking ever, so you better be fucking committed to that fire. 

Drums, powder pigment, pineapple.

Taking inspiration from the illustrations in The Girls’ Handbook, we found a secret place near our studio and made some decorative fires. The site provided an abundance of rocks, as well as pine needles, cones and branches. We adapted the traditional methods in several different ways, playing with form, structure and materials. Our clothes filled with the smell of wood smoke. We were very happy.