Wandering Seminar is the second phase of Futurefarmers extended, periodic residency at UC Santa Cruz called Fog Inquiry. In February 2019, Futurefarmers operated as a Fog Body moving within the physical and intellectual matter of the campus. By visiting classes and staging events, Futurefarmers created a foggy phenomona to bring together people, projects, and places that would not usually meet. The collective wandered through the blurred and hazy edges of research and certainty while carrying with them a lighthouse, a buoy… their Whistling Tea Kettle. Mounted upon a 14’ wooden tripod, Futurefarmers erected the kettle at the entrance of each meeting to signal the inquiry. Futurefarmers’ Fog Inquiry for the IAS and UC Santa Cruz is supported by the Nion McEvoy Family Fund of the San Francisco Community Foundation, the Gurdon Woods Visiting Artist Fund established by Jock Reynolds, and annual donors to the Institute of the Arts and Sciences. Thanks also to the support of Office for Contemporary Art Norway as well as Ray and Robin Yeh-Green, patrons of domestic wellbring for the Wandering Residency.