the key role of eco-social art practices to envision life-sustaining futures

The bodily exertions endured by Robinson during his researches and observations are, once more, indexical of a decelerated ecological vision - a mode of discovery and living that privileges immersion and depth in its relationship with the living landscape's storehouse of natural and cultural imprints. Eoin Flannery, 2016, 'Essayist of Place: Postcolonialism and Ecology', p.223.…Read more the key role of eco-social art practices to envision life-sustaining futures

RESPOND: Snap-shop of all Art & Ecology activities occurring in UK, June ’09

There has been a lot of activity in the UK recently led by the RSA Arts & Ecology programme in trying to take a snapshot of all the arts and ecology activity happening in the UK in June '09 - aptly named RESPOND! It's one of their projects for United Nation's Environmental Programme UNEP World…Read more RESPOND: Snap-shop of all Art & Ecology activities occurring in UK, June ’09

FINDING SHELTER – 10 ton temporary Willow Sculpture in Ireland’s peatlands

Kevin O’Dwyer, Director, Sculpture in the Parklands introduces the programme taking place around environmental artist Patrick Dougherty’s residency at the sculpture park For three weeks this summer (26 May – 14 June) internationally renowned environmental artist Patrick Dougherty and his helpers will twist, weave and entangle hundreds of willow saplings to create a monumental work…Read more FINDING SHELTER – 10 ton temporary Willow Sculpture in Ireland’s peatlands