The artist Georges Braque once declared that "art is meant to disturb. Science reassures". My ideal is that art and science together should disturb, not as disillusion, but as a way to strengthen social reflections and the ethical ethos in qualitative research – in order to propose paradigms which are sustainable and congruent with the…Read more Exploring Eco-Social Art Strategies in Qualitative Research and EcoArt
Update: So delighted to share the new book "Plasticity of the Planet: On Environmental Challenge for Art and Its Institutions" designed by Honza Zamojski published by Mousse has been nominated for two categories for Polish Graphic Design Award: "Publication of the Year" and "Project of the Year"! https://www.polishgraphicdesign.com/2019/projekt2019 Yesterday, I had another request for more information about The Hollywood Forest…Read more Plasticity of the Planet: Environmental Challenge for Art and Its Institutions–for the Symbiocene
This is the time for a Great Reset. Let’s use it to change the way we see ourselves and our place on Earth. The conservationistAldo Leopold once wrotethat “one of the penalties of an ecological education is that one lives alone in a world of wounds. Much of the damage inflicted on land is quite invisible to laymen.” But if everyone has an ecological education, we will not live alone, and it will not be a world of wounds.
George Monbiot, ‘Coronavirus shows us it’s time to rethink everything. Let’s start with education’,The Guardian, 12 May 2020
I was thinking that I would be writing this post to attract more participants to signup for my 2nd 6-week Haumea Online pilot course ‘Essential Ecoliteracy for Creatives and Art Professionals’. I am trying to make an accessible and inspiring online course on key ecological knowledge, eco-philosophy, eco-ethics…
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