Life and Landscape in Saskatchewan’s Oil Economy, by Valerie Zink (Author), Emily Eaton (Author). Documenting a moment of transition.
Source: Fault Lines – University of Manitoba Press
In June 7, 1964, a driving rain buckled dams and flooded vehicles on the Blackfeet Reservation, sweeping crying children from mothers’ arms, and ferrying homes and bodies across the prairie. By the…
Source: About Us – sixtyfourflood
If art is to be relevant to the environment, it needs to move beyond an art context to engage with the land itself.
Source: How Can Ecological Artists Move Beyond Aesthetic Gestures?
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Dan Fagin examines why some people don’t buy into climate change, what that means for media, and why U.S. reporters seem to love Canada’s prime minister.
Source: How do we tell stories about climate science that reach everyone? | National Observer
The uncanny mythology of a stretch of highway between Montreal and Quebec City is the inspiration for an intriguing art show on the road.
Source: Art Along the Autoroute – Canadian Art
In her show The Ecstatic Nudes, artist Ella Cooper wants subvert and empower through a photographic exploration of black joy.
Source: These photos of nude black women in the Canadian landscape are here to question our assumptions | CBC Arts
In Daniel Shipp’s series Botanical Inquiry, the Sydney-based photographer explores how plants and flowers found at the edges of urban infrastructure fit into our modern world. Shipp collects seemingly unremarkable plants and photographs the subjects in built dioramas, an environment that allows
Source: Weeds and Flowers Recast as Shadowy Subjects in Daniel Shipp’s Dramatic Photographs | Colossal