Multispecies Engagement Evaluation Program

Visual identity and printed materials for MEEP, a polytemporal initiative by the Department of Interbeing. MEEP were commissioned by the Australian Network for Art & Technology to develop and perform a durational, live art and speculative futures project for their symposium, ANAT SPECTRA: Multiplicity 2022, held at the Science Gallery Melbourne
MEEP attended the symposium as cultural attachés from the year 2082 sent through space-time to evaluate multi-species inclusion and participation at the symposium. Seen as a playful experiment in ‘ontological evaluation’, MEEP engaged human and nonhuman participants to identify points of interdependence and collaboration across species, temporalities, and scales
Design by Test.Objects
Commissioned by Ana Tiquia of All Tomorrow’s Futures, and Luna Mrozik Gawler
Photos by Sarah Walker


Zero: The Book

Between January 2017 and March 2020, Corsica Studios in South London was home to the midweek experimental arts and music night, Ø — pronunced ‘zero’. The night was host to artists which included Mark Fisher, John Akomfrah, Venus Ex Machina, Lawrence Lek, and The Otolith Group, and DJs and performers which included Arca, Nkisi, Cõvco, Mica Levi, and Crystallmess
This 120-page book is a time capsule of those 36 events, featuring full colour photographs of the installations, conceptual abstracts, artist bios, short additional texts and a flyer archive of the line-ups. Profits from sales of the book are donated to Latin Elephant, a charity advocating for the rights of migrant and ethnic groups in the area around the club
Design and editing by Manuel Sepulveda
Published in 2021 by Flatlines Press
Ø was curated by Steve Goodman and Shannen SP


About Test.Objects

Mechanisms . Aesthetics . Futures

Test.Objects is a design space that explores new mechanisms and strategic aesthetics to create futures in the visual and performing arts 
Enquiries about collaborations from all art practitioners and platforms are welcomed
Test.Objects is a project by Manuel Sepulveda