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I was thinking recently about birds. And insects. And growing trees. You see, there are these trees around my mom’s house that are over 450 years old. I grew up staring up into them as a kid. I would lean against them and look up at the bark, the branches, the needles… I would see…
China announced that they will no longer be accepting recyclables, and it is having reverberations around the world. The Chinese Sword
Using Sigmund Freud’s description of mourning, melancholia and mania, I outlined in my previous papers a comparable theory; many members of global society are suffering from an unresolved, overlapping, arrested kind of “environmental melancholia.” The melancholia, and the resulting symptoms of mania, is rooted in an inability to properly mourn the ecological deaths around the…
I am curating an exhibition that opens on September 16 in Denver, CO. Please check out this website for more information. Axis Mundi is part of the Denver Biennial of the Americas for 2017, and we are honored to be a part. AXIS MUNDI WEBSITE
Why are sales up? Bottled Water Facts The EPA’s facts… which say nothing of the problem of pollution Message in a Bottle Science Mag: All the Plastics Ever Made 22 Facts About Bottles NPR News: Plastic is Everywhere A Million Bottles a Minute (The Guardian)
READ THIS ARTICLE “Thus, without a well-designed and tailor-made management strategy for end-of-life plastics, humans are conducting a singular uncontrolled experiment on a global scale…” – Science Magazine, Geyer/Jumback/Law, June 2017