Water Makes Us Wet: An Ecosexual Adventure, a film by Dr Beth Stephens and Dr Annie Sprinkle which premiered at Documenta 14, defies any easy genre categorisation. This film about H2O both charmed and surprised me. It is an artwork, a documentary, a sexy and outrageously fun (sometimes turbulent) love story and a valuable multi-layered... Continue Reading →
http://s3hub-08bf8d35d7c718b4cdddb2e468050c949144ea829b06e269f3dd08b82.s3.amazonaws.com/watermakesuswet/water-trailer.webmhd.webm As part of the #art4wetlands programme we are looking for someone to review Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens' film Water Makes Us Wet: An Ecosexual Adventure. The film is distributed by Juno Films who have kindly given us access for the reviewer. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in doing this review. Please tell... Continue Reading →
Do you think about the rising waters? Do you write about them? Do they become images in your work? Do overflowing rivers and flooded fields haunt you. They haunt Paul Kingsnorth. Dark Mountain issue five is currently at the printers, and will be hitting the streets (or our online shop, anyway) in early April. In... Continue Reading →
One of the few publications that focuses on giving voice to artists involved in ecological work, the magazine of the Women Environmental Artists Directory has just published a new issue entitled Dirty Water. The issue features essays by artists including Betsy Damon, Stacy Levy and Jackie Brookner, as well as Chris Drury. Activist, writer and... Continue Reading →
Just saw this, Alberta-based environmental consultant Jessica Ernst just released the first comprehensive catalog and summary compendium of facts related to the contamination of North America’s ground water sources resulting from the oil and gas industry’s controversial practice of fracking. Continues...