Things to read

Biophilia and Beauty

Biophilia and Beauty Emma Robertson Over the last three years, I have sought to develop work in new ways in order to offer an alternative discourse to the overwhelming pessimism of climate change debates. Taking my artwork out of the frame, and then off the wall, into...

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In Other Tongues @ Dark Mountain

IN OTHER TONGUES: CREATING A VESSEL by Richard Povall 30th August, 2017 Today Dark Mountain has uploadedthe sixth and final instalment of our series about learning to listen to the myriad other voices beyond the human. Inspired by In Other Tongues, a three-day...

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Ecologies and meaning of loss

IN OTHER TONGUES: ECOLOGIES OF MEANING AND LOSS by Wendy Wheeler The fifth in a series of blogs at Dark Mountain in response to art.earth's In Other Tongues event this past June. 25th August, 2017 Today we bring you the penultimate instalment of our series about...

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Transhumanism

A new publication from University of Minnesota Press http://www.combinedacademic.co.uk/transhumanism [cid:3560CD16-169F-40CC-B5BF-30EA4D6AE83F] Transhumanism: Evolutionary Futurism and the Human Technologies of Utopia Andrew Pilsch "I know of no other work that...

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Pigsty

Hello, IEA members and friends, It’s my pleasure to share a new addition to Language & Ecology.  “Pigsty” by Gazelle Buchholtz is now available in the Creative Works section at ecolinguistics-association.org/journal .  Ms. Buchholtz has a Master of Science,...

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In Other Tongues @ Dark Mountain 3

AN UNDERSWELL OF DIVINATION by Mat Osmond 17th August, 2017 A virus that infects all other areas of thinking   In the 1970s and ’80’s the poet Ted Hughes and the sculptor and printmaker Leonard Baskin worked together on a number of books of illustrated poetry. Among...

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Global Thriving & the Body Politic

Global Thriving and the Body Politic Stefanie R. Fishel "How do bodies matter in international relations? In The Microbial State, Stefanie R. Fishel offers up a lively, timely, scientifically-engaged, philosophically-rich, and persuasive answer to that question. This...

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Arcticness

UCL Press is delighted to announce the publication of Arcticness: Power and Voice from the North, a new free book that may be of interest to members of this list. Download it free from https://goo.gl/roKuyD Arcticness: Power and Voice from the North Edited by Ilan...

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In Other Tongues @ Dark Mountain 2

IN OTHER TONGUES: THE MIGRATION HABITS OF STONES by Alyson Hallett 12th August, 2017 It’s August, 2001. Six months since my nan, Hilda Hallett, died. I loved my nan. She lived in a terraced, red-bricked house in Bridgwater, Somerset. We used to watch the wrestling on...

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In Other Tongues @ Dark Mountain

Today Dark Mountain has started a new series about learning to listen to the myriad other voices beyond the human. Inspired by In Other Tongues, a three-day creative summit held this summer in Dartington, UK, we invited six contributors – artists, writers, academics,...

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2017 Wainwright Prize shortlist

The Wainwright Golden Beer Book Prize Shortlist Announced June 27, 2017 The shortlist for the Wainwright Golden Beer Book Prize, which celebrates the best books about nature, the outdoors and UK travel is announced today. The seven shortlisted titles are: Love of...

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Low Carbon Futures

Low Carbon Futures: what have the arts and humanities got to do with it? By Chrisfremantle How many lawyers does it take to make Scotland low carbon? How many artists? You might think it doesn’t matter – it’s the scientists, engineers and politicians who will make the...

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How do you build sacred space?

To design the Bahá'í Temple of South America, architect Siamak Hariri focused on illumination -- from the temple's form, which captures the movement of the sun throughout the day, to the iridescent, luminous stone and glass used to construct it. Join Hariri for a...

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Rauschenberg’s place of magic

RAUSCHENBERG AND CAPTIVA In the fall of 1960, Rauschenberg retreated from his New York City studio to Treasure Island, a small fishing village off the west coast of Florida, to complete his series of Dante Drawings (1958-1960) that illustrate the thirty-four cantos of...

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The extraordinary life of Simona Kossack

Simona Kossak: they called her a witch, because she chatted with animals and owned a terrorist-crow, who stole gold and attacked bicycle riders. She spent more than 30 years in a wooden hut in the Białowieża Forest, without electricity or access to running water. A...

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Minoritarian Ecologies

This is the online presentation of the Art and Media Practice PhD project minoritarian ecologies: performance before a more-than-human world, led and completed by mirko nikolić at the Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media (CREAM) at the University of...

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When the maps run out

from the pen of the wonderful Douglas Hine - a manifesto for dark times When the maps run out The world is in flames and if you think it’s all the fault of those people — the uneducated, the bigoted — I urge you to think harder. When the values of social liberalism...

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Ingold’s Sustainability of Everything

Ingold’s Sustainability of Everything Originally posted at ecoartscotland September 25, 2016 by chrisfremantle Sustainability is an overused word.  It is much diminished by its occurrence in too many documents purporting to suggest that transport, local government or...

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LEAF! a new magazine

Common Ground is working with the Woodland Trust to create LEAF!, a series of seasonal newspapers celebrating the cultural and practical relationship between trees and communities. Throughout 2016 we will be sharing tree stories, art, poetry, articles, tree maps, and...

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Piloting Strategies: art and land use

eco/art/scot/land has published this interesting article about arts and land use: Piloting Strategies: art and land use. The artists frame it: 'This article provides an outline of how we (choreographer Claire Pençak and environmental artist Kate Foster, who both live...

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The tiger, before it leaps

A lovely essay posted on the Landscape and Art Network site recently. Worth a read. Martin Spray's The tiger, before it leaps. "TO THE TIGER, you are but meat. To you, if you see it before it springs, the tiger is a beautiful thing, and a terrible one. Do we not live...

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Printing with plants. Join us for lunch #firstfriday October 6 with guest Charlotte Price bit.ly/2wjj4xk Bring something to share pic.twitter.com/j42Q6NRZGv

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