To launch our new series of picture-focused articles, we take a look at Los Angeles-based USC Fisher Museum of Art’s current exhibition which explores the complex relationship between humans, the oceans, and the things we throw away.
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Having measured my kiln and the packing area I have to accommodate the new muffle (or saggar) I then made a plan on paper of the box like structure I was going to make to install in it. Leaving 2″ […]
Documenting the process of devising and using a coastal muffle kiln culminating in an exhibition of new ceramic works onboard a floating light vessel moored in the Medway estuary.
Venue:Somerset Earth Science Centre, Westdown, Halecombe & Fairy Cave Quarries, Black Swan Arts Centre and Frome Museum
From:July 08, 2015
To:October 18, 2015
Location:South West England
Organically grown research, composition of growing parts, decomposition of all relation. Empathy and respect
Kind of at the last minute, I got an email about my ‘Concrete Tower turned Bug Hotel’ at Creekside Discovery Centre, to the effect of: it hasn’t been turned into a bug hotel yet, sorry… something to do with volunteers […]
Over 24hrs into experiencing a new continent (South America), a new environment (the Uber Uber Corporate Conference) and a language that ‘belongs’ to many countries ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Community_of_Portuguese_Language_Countries ) I am more sure than ever that my practice exists within an intra-silo space. […]
I’ve been invited to participate in the ‘World Congress on Solid Waste Management’ in São Paulo, Brazil, from 8th – 11th September 2014. What follows is a response.
From:August 10, 2014
To:August 10, 2015
“On sustainability: it is a kind of discourse that implies a different kind of social relation. What I mean is, instead of doing philosophy, one is doing ecophilosophy, not in the environmentalist sense, but as the philosophy of a possible […]
Articles & images exploring environmental and sustainability discourses within contemporary practice.
Elizabeth Wewiora looks at allotment-based practice among contemporary artists.
S Mark Gubb on the economic and ecological implications of artists’ practice.
A joint Local Authority, Arts Council and Royal Society for the Arts (RSA) project focused on enhancing the town of Peterborough, through a variety of interventions aimed at stimulating citizen power, attachment to place and innovation amongst residents in Peterborough.
The media is awash with commentary about climate change, a serious issue that of course affects every one of us.
Finnish artist Tea Mäkipää’s work confronts her viewpoint of impending ecological catastrophe through interventions and installations positing an alternative vision of existence. By Manick Govinda.
On the occasion of Sharjah Biennial 8, Still Life: Art, Ecology and the Politics of Change, this a-n Collection focuses on creative processes at the intersections between art, radical politics and the environment.
The planets environmental emergency is providing inspiration for a growing movement of artists whose work focusing on habitats, social issues and survival aims to raise awareness. Anna Minton reports.