10am – 2.30pm
LOT, Allotment 1, Back Stephen St, Ouseburn, Newcastle upon Tyne
FREE | Drop in
Last Ditch Attempt is a mobile seed library and starting point for a seed-sharing network, which asks us to consider a different model for future-resilience in the face of a concerning climatic outlook.
Lucien Anderson and David Lisser will be cycle the library, a self-built cargo trike, over to LOT in Ouseburn, where they will be planting seeds and establishing a long-term test bed for seed harvesting and storage methods.
LOT is a new multifaceted art space in Ouseburn, which plans to incorporate an exhibition space, workshop area, cinema screen and community permaculture garden for use by the local community and artists.
Last Ditch Attempt is a new commission by artists Lucien Anderson and David Lisser, as part of Deep Adaptation. An ongoing programme of commissions, talks, events and workshops looking at how current social, civic and economic issues can be understood in relation to climate change.