covid, air pollution, climate change and #flattenthecurve Nerea Calvillo
Jennifer Ladino In January of 2019, Greta Thunberg told leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland: “I want you to panic…I want you to feel the fear I feel every day.” With the COVID-19 crisis, feelings of fear are intensifying for many people. Having a collective panic attack is understandable if unhelpful in […]
A card game for connection with the Delaware River Watershed Adrienne Mackey WATER LOGGED! is a card game commissioned by the Alliance for Watershed Education of the Delaware River. This game aims to bring new audiences (specifically teens and early adults) to environmental centers that are part of the AWE network. It uses simple sensory […]
Game Design: Jessica CreaneGraphic Design: Nichole Mottershead Climate Conversations is a series of conversation games developed in partnership with Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Park in Woodstock, VT. Each round invites players to engage in an unconventional conversation structure as a way to explore specific aspects of climate change (fear, hope, grief, ideology, biodiversity) in a playful, social […]
Devin William Daniels The COVID-19 pandemic has been, in many ways, a disaster of the U.S. state. A government of such power—able to bail out banks, force pipelines through Indigenous land, kill individuals around the globe with the push of a button—has proven completely incapable of providing testing and medical supplies to its front-line workers. […]
Raquel Salas Rivera la contraria no tengo amistades cuya intromisión llegue a mi puerta.el candado tiene un candado de látex y ahora sospechodel dinero más que nunca pero con el miedo abultado. una exposición continua me da el récorque no quise de la pérdida.la luz mata, dicen, y el habla. al fin y al […]
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happening in an environmental humanities seminar at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, on April 8, 2020, Part I: Marcus Hall, University of Zurich “What’s this pandemic got to do with climate change?” Marcus: Could a warming climate create new conditions for disease vectors and disease transmission? Most certainly, ‘yes’. But an even bigger issue may […]
Sarah Cameron Sunde 36.5 / Bay of All Saints, Salvador, Brazil, 2019 (6th work in the series) 36.5 / Bodo Inlet, Kwale, Kenya, 2019 (7th work in the series) 36.5 / A Durational Performance with the Sea (2013 – present) is a series of nine site-specific participatory performances and video artworks by New York-based interdisciplinary artist Sarah […]
Laura Barbas-Rhoden Collage of text and images. Images are in color, except one, and feature outdoor (Cypress wetlands, longleaf pine, a black and white image of people gathered facing the camera) and indoor spaces (people of different ages and appearances).
Teresa Cohn, Erin James, Jenn Ladinocomposed by Ruby Fulton and the Icarus Quartet Wilderness Suite is a piece of music composed by University of Idaho music professor Ruby Fulton for the chamber ensemble the Icarus Quartet. This composition is part of a collaborate rephotography project between UI video artist Benjamin James, geographer Teresa Cavazos Cohn, […]
Roderick Coover, Nick Montfort, Adam Vidiksis THE ALTERING SHORES is a series of virtual reality experiences, originally designed to be viewed on location. The hybrid experience blends images of the viewer’s location with those shorelines, where rising waters threaten the environmental near and far.
Carolyn Hall and Clarinda Mac Low In Buttermilk Channel Drown, Buttermilk Channel (the section of the East River in New York City between Brooklyn and Governors Island) gradually overwhelms its shores and transforms to something new. View from Governors Island towards Brooklyn. This is an extrapolation from Sunk Shore, a site-specific tour of the climate changed […]
Adrienne Mackey These images are screenshots of the app in progress, showcasing a single story called “A Sycamore’s Psalm” by donia salem harhoor. The story, set on the Perkiomen Trail, takes the form of a series of poems through the voice of a young girl reflecting in a notebook. Exploring care-giving, family dynamics, loss, and […]
Patricia Eunji Kim Sensing with the Body, along with NYU’s Urban Democracy Lab hosted a public storytelling event on February 4, 2020 (co-convened by Patricia Kim, Carolyn Hall, and Clarinda Mac Low) in which students, scholars, dancers, and activists worked together through a speculative storytelling and performance workshop. Participants created their own ‘Climate Scores,’ and […]
Aylin Malcolm In this conversation with woodworker Mike Paterson and architect Di Wei, we discuss the impact of the harsh Newfoundland climate on local styles of craft and construction. We also touch on the challenges posed by climate change, and the possibility of even larger storms in a region that is already susceptible to extreme […]
Clarinda Mac Low & Carolyn Hall This graphic “novel” is documentation of Sunk Shore, a participatory tour of the climate changed future that we have devised. The tour takes a deep dive into projected climate change data for a specific shoreline, and brings the participants into the climate changed future of that shoreline using participatory […]
Bethany Wiggin Observations made on travels to 2100 return to the present on postcards reporting on the future river’s sights, sounds, and smells–and mailed to elected officials today. Travelers have witnessed waving marsh grasses and flowers in bloom, floating homes, and water taxis. Others have experienced a submerged refinery infrastructure whose legacy pollutants permeate the […]
Hailey Brazier, Stephanie LeMenager, Marsha Weisiger The arborglyphs shown in this photograph may record the history of Basque herders in southwestern Oregon, a history largely unwritten except for the names, dates, and often erotic drawings found in secluded stands of aspen trees throughout southwest Oregon and in parts of Nevada and California. We present this […]