Floating Resources is a collection of digital and physical guides and tools. Supporting explorations, understandings and experiments on various subjects connected to the WetLab agenda and its focus on canals and waterways.
The resources vary: from online dialogues specially created through the WetLab project in collaboration with national and international experts from different fields, to open access DIY manuals and selected Youtube tutorials, print publications, images and much more. The resources are free to navigate and download, their floating character allowing for crossovers and parallels.
Scroll though and revisit this page throughout WetLab’s watery course as the dialogues and research continue to grow.
Sheila Dillon heads to Galloway, Scotland, to meet forager and wild food teacher Mark Williams - who claims to be able to match anything in our spice racks with flavours found in the wild, in the UK. Can he assemble a 'native spice rack'? What might a 'wild Scottish curry' taste like?
WetLab by public works + Assembly is commissioned by Abandon Normal Devices and Super Slow Way. Produced by Abandon Normal Devices for AND Festival 2021. Delivered in partnership with Canal & River Trust and Wigan Council. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England.