UNFIX Pt 1: Surveyance

The first of a series of videos from Christiana Bissett, embedded artist with the UNFIX Festival (29-31 March 2019) https://vimeo.com/326941897 Christiana Bissett is a Glaswegian artist, with a research practice in aesthetics and ecology. Using performance methodology her work explores how we perceive environment and how this perception impacts our imagined futures. Christiana recently completed... Continue Reading →

‘If we did something’ on 14 Feb 2018

James Wyness has invited Jan Hogarth, John Wallace and me to join him for If we did something at The Stove in Dumfries on 14 Feb 10.00-16.00. This is part of his project If we do nothing. You are invited too. An open gathering, a meeting of minds from the artistic, scientific, academic, engineering and... Continue Reading →

The Harrison Studio at Woodend Barn

ecoartscotland is thrilled to be able to share the news that The Harrison Studio will be working in Scotland with Woodend Barn. Apologies for cross-posting. Invitation The Dee and Don catchment areas Creating Resilience to Climate Change The Barn, Sunday 11 June 2017 7-9pm. Refreshments from 6.30pm We are delighted to invite you to an... Continue Reading →

When tomorrow becomes yesterday

Creative Carbon Scotland, addressing all the arts, asked us to highlight this: How do we understand the effects that climate change will have on future societies? Can musical practices bring us closer to this understanding by creating different forms of expression and experience? In this one-day workshop Creative Carbon Scotland and musician Jo Mango are inviting... Continue Reading →

“Methane Is” by Ruth Hardinger

This is a guest piece by artist Ruth Hardinger on artist Aviva Rahmani's Pushing Rocks blog. "The global warming potential of CH4 has been upgraded by IPCC to at least 86 times stronger than CO2 during a 20 year time frame of this gas, and 105 times stronger over a 10 year time frame.  Methane,... Continue Reading →

Mourning the planet: Climate scientists share their grieving process – from Truthout

Dahr Jamail, staff reporter for Truthout and known for his work on Iraq and Afganistan, speaks to scientists working on Anthropogenic Climate Disruption about their emotional responses in this important piece.  Thanks to Truthout for permission to repost extracts.  Jamail starts, I have been researching and writing about anthropogenic climate disruption (ACD) for Truthout for... Continue Reading →

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