Mourning Nature

Mourning Nature

Mourning Nature Hope at the Heart of Ecological Loss and Grief Edited byAshlee CunsoloandKaren Landman We are facing unprecedented environmental challenges, including global climate change, large-scale industrial development, rapidly increasing species extinction,...
SoilCulture (review)

SoilCulture (review)

Originally posted on ecoartscotland Meghan Moe Beitiks reviews Soil Culture SoilCulture: bringing the arts down to earth, from the Centre for Contemporary Art in the Natural World (CCANW) and Falmouth Art Gallery published in collaboration with Gaia Projects is the...
Autonomous Nature (review)

Autonomous Nature (review)

Autonomous Nature (Routledge) A review by Jan Van Boeckel published at Dark Mountain There is in all visible things an invisible fecundity, a dimmed light, a meek namelessness, a hidden wholeness. This mysterious Unity and Integrity is Wisdom, the Mother of...
Drawing Energy

Drawing Energy

(reposted from power-culture.com) Drawing Energy describes a drawing-based research project undertaken by the Royal College of Art as part of SusLabNWE (2012-15). The project explored people’s perceptions of energy, by asking them to write, draw or illustrate their...
East Wind now available

East Wind now available

Depletion, decline or drift: we cannot retreat, halt or hold the line. East Wind is now available in a new edition from Gordian Projects. This second edition of 40 unnumbered copies is published as a single 36-page hand-stitched, hand-stamped pamphlet, and comes with...