Please help me join five international artists, deep in the Canadian woods, for an ecological research trip that will fuel my work!
Art is an excellent place to express complexity, paradox, uncertainty, ambivalence and hopelessness.
One of my favorite painters has a show up at the DAM. I’m off to see it! Yippee!
I am so beyond happy to be working with Chris Jordan this semester as my Masters degree mentor! Seattle, here I come…bones and ideas in tow…
A murder of crows, a pitying of doves, a scold of jays, a parliament of owls, a charm of magpies, an unkindness of ravens.
…yes, individuals and specific entities may have distinct destinies, but the humanization of the earth has set everything on an interdependent path in which human action and non-human realities share a common experiential and evolutionary trajectory.
—Paul Wapner Living Through the End of Nature