Rachel Pimm’s sound, video, food, text and textile research branches out into new and growing exchanges with four additional collaborators. Lilah Fowler weaves environmental sound and image data from ancient and contemporary technologies of growing and dyeing into coded textiles and material studies. HP Parmley’s slow midi sound and video compositions act as a meditation on the audience’s breathing and sets a meditative pace for the group. Daisy Lafarge’s poetry and her short writings build proximity and intimacy with the air, disease and organisms around us. Chef and designer Peiran Gong’s recipes and kitchen processes celebrate seasonal ingredients informed by traditional Chinese medicine, personal stories and community through preparing and eating together while apart.