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Tina Scopa in Aperçu

Tina Scopa in Aperçu

There is a lovely interview in the online magazine Aperçu with former artist of the month Tina Scopa. The interview is by Rosie Bally who says: We are so delighted to be interviewing Tina Scopa, an Edaphic plant artist based in Fife, Scotland. She has such an organic,...

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For the love of a field

For the love of a field

Our good friends Miche and Flora at touchstones have recently published this piece in The Ecological Citizen. Sympoiethics: For the Love of a Field Miche Fabre Lewin, Flora Gathorne-Hardy The Ecological Citizen Vol 4 No 2 2021: epub-037 [online first]. First published...

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Covert – a Handbook

Covert – a Handbook

from our good friend Phil Smith and Triarchy Press: Do you ever feel you live in a world where other people see your online presence as being more important than your physical one?Do you ever have the sense that your deepest fears, loves or aspirations... even your...

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Books on walking from Triarchy Press

from our friends at Triarchy Press: Walking is clearly an end in itself. The body needs no excuse to move around in whatever way it comfortably can. BUT, the mind likes an excuse and often needs to be bribed (liked a recalcitrant 4-year-old) with 'getting to the top...

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Honey Money – a review by Rubén Abruña

Honey Money – a review by Rubén Abruña

A review of Honey Money: fSM - new money for a new society by Jaeweon Cho, published by art.earth Booksa review by Rubén Abruña Can we build a currency system based on the value of our excreta? To most people the question will likely elicit disgust. Money from poop...

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Stephen Jenkinson talk published

Stephen Jenkinson talk published

On Friday December 11 art.earth hosted a conversation with Stephen Jenkinson of Orphan Wisdom. Led by Christos Galanis, the conversation ranged across topics related to the Borrowed Time themes of death, dying and change and we as individuals and as a society deal...

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Expression 30: on Cultural Identity

Expression 30: on Cultural Identity

from the editors of Expression 30 Dear colleagues and friends, It is a pleasure to offer you a complimentary copy of EXPRESSION 30.This issue, the fourth one to appear during the Coronavirus pandemic,faces a crucial theme, that of identity, which bothers a...

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Creative Engagements with Ecologies of Place

Creative Engagements with Ecologies of Place

from Iain Biggs: This new book explores an exciting range of creative engagements with ecologies of place, using geopoetics, deep mapping and slow residency to propose broadly based collaborations in a form of ‘disciplinary agnosticism’. Providing a radical...

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IMMINENT #2

IMMINENT #2

from Jo Dacombe: Issue 2 of IMMINENT, a zine of contemporary art and poetry in response to environment, is now available. Edited by artist and writer, Jo Dacombe, this issue brings together new work linking ideas about water, ice and winter, printed in blue plant...

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Upon Reflection 2020

Upon Reflection 2020

from Sarah Misselbrook: A reflective process looking back over 20 years of the artist’s multidisciplinary practice. The book presents observational sketches, photography of processes and performances to camera, gallery-based exhibitions, site-specific sculptural...

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Deep Mapping Lough Boora

Deep Mapping Lough Boora

from ecoartscotland:   Tim Collins and Reiko Goto Collins have spent the past year visiting the Midlands of Eire undertaking a Deep Mapping of Lough Boora. The thing they were invited to visit is a twenty-year old Sculpture Park looking for a new direction. The...

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Tree Too Manifesto

Tree Too Manifesto

from Etienne Verbist: I invite you with your preferred artwork >> treetoo related << on the Facebook Group Tree Tree Too Manifesto and Instagram: TreeTooManifesto,, we are planning an exhibition on this theme with at least one artist per country (196...

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Creative Engagements with Ecologies of Place

Creative Engagements with Ecologies of Place

Geopoetics, Deep Mapping and Slow Residencies By Mary Modeen & Iain Biggs Book Description This book explores an exciting range of creative engagements with ecologies of place, using geopoetics, deep mapping and slow residency to propose broadly-based...

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Theory after Lovecraft: a warm cosmicism

Theory after Lovecraft: a warm cosmicism

from our friends Tony Whitehead and Phil Smith The Bonelines project and novel began in 2016/17 with our intention to walk in ‘The Lovecraft Triangle’, an area between the three towns of Newton Abbot, Ashburton and Totnes. This is a landscape of small villages,...

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Developing a Sense of Place

Developing a Sense of Place

UCL Press is pleased to announce a new open access book that is likely to be of interest to list subscribers: ‘Developing a Sense of Place’, edited by Tamara Ashley and Alexis Weedon.Download free: https://bit.ly/36DUUmX**********************************Book title:...

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Why Consciousness does not compute

Why Consciousness does not compute

from Nautilus: [Physicist Roger Penrose] 'starts with the premise that consciousness is not computational, and it’s beyond anything that neuroscience, biology, or physics can now explain. “We need a major revolution in our understanding of the physical world in order...

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Honey Money – a little book asking big questions

Honey Money – a little book asking big questions

Honey Money: fSM - new money for a new society is both extraordinary and unexpected, a book about culture, the environment, infrastructure, bodily waste and revolution, written by Jaeweon Cho and translated and edited by Richard Povall. The book proposes a radical...

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Expression 29: callout

Expression 29: callout

from Atelier Etno: Dear friends and colleagues, The theme of this issue of EXPRESSION 29 concerns the images and signs of prehistoric and tribal art illustrating the real and imaginary realm of their makers. They are an immense visual archive to be decoded,...

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Acknowledging the true cost of climate change

Acknowledging the true cost of climate change

an article by Selva Ozelli Acknowledging the true cost of climate change on World Patient Safety Day Air pollution -- fine particulate matter (PM2.5), widely recognized as harmful to human health, are low lying airborne particles measuring up to 2.5 microns (μm) in...

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Diary of a Young Naturalist

Diary of a Young Naturalist

from our friends at Little Toller Press: “Diary of a Young Naturalist is a significant nature book – made all the more so because it is Dara McAnulty’s first, completed before his 16th birthday.  Our Wainwright Prize winner this year is nuanced, passionate and caring...

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So here are some realities…

So here are some realities…

from Emma Louvelle So here are some realities. Realities that if you have a conscience should mobilise you to do everything in your power to embrace a green recovery. As an individual, within your social sphere, your work environment, local government on every level,...

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While the weeds grow

While the weeds grow

from Julia Robinson: I'm super proud to proclaim the presentation of the publication of the poetry book that I would like to preen over with pleasure. Please. Yes!   I wrote the poems over 15 years. They are to lots of different people, not all boyfriends, not all...

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The Last Songs of Gaia

The Last Songs of Gaia

Interesting piece from sound artist Verity Sharp about her underwater recordings. She talks about what we can learn about marine life through this artist exploration that we don't necessarily learn from science. She also talks about how her methods and methodologies...

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