Unlikely is a transdisciplinary journal which aims to open unexpected spaces for artistic exchange and scholarly conversations across mediums, disciplines and continents.
This issue, Translating Ambiance, guest edited by Jordan Lacey, brings together creative practice articles with scholarly texts and reflections from the exhibition Translating Ambiance, held in 2019 at Yarra Sculpture Gallery Melbourne. The theme explores Jordan's research interests of translating Wild ambiances into densely populated cities - where the non-human is seldom encountered - for the provision of restorative and evocative environments. Contributors include; Salomé Voegelin, Lisa Hall, Mark Peter Wright, Catherine Clover, Michael Graeve, Jean-Paul Thibaud, Erin Lewis and many others.
- Salomé Voegelin & Lisa Hall: Hearing a Possible World in the Crackling of Dry Leaves
- Mark Peter Wright: Go Live in the Middle of Nowhere Obviously