Working with indirect and non-human languages, telepathy, noise, spectrums of light, and material residues of vibrant matter that keep occult memories from others’ point of view, Rubiane creates visibility for the lines of forces and (almost) invisible energies acting in the gaps.
Brazilian Indigenous peoples’ lives are on the line to defend our chance to have a future. They need our help now; we need to wake up. It is time to take a last stand for Indigenous rights, for the Amazon, for the climate, and for the planet.
Protecting the forest is a responsibility that is not only of the Indigenous peoples, not only of the Huni Kui people. Protecting the forest, protecting biodiversity, is a responsibility of all of humanity.
The guidelines of the prompt were very simple. Stories had to be set in a city in the distant future (i.e. in or near the year 2099), be 1,000 words
In the wake of the 2010 Yushu earthquake, celebrated Indonesian artist, Arahmaiani, spent ten years working with Buddhist monks on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau to cultivate sustainable rebuilding projects and amplify the voices of women in Tibetan civil discourse.
[roundtable_menu] [contributor]Arquitectura Expandida[excerpt]Ideally, we seek a collective relationship between institution, artist, and community, with the relationship understood as the confirmation of a provisional organizational structure based on dialogue and a
[roundtable_menu][contributor]Kira Simon-Kennedy[excerpt]Independent art spaces and cafes that wouldn’t be out of place in Copenhagen or Tokyo popped up in Beijing’s dusty gray hutong alleyways.[/excerpt][/contributor] [contributor]Azu Nwagbogu[excerpt]Africa has been historically expropriated;