In her series of self-portraits set in the New Mexican desert, Laura Aguilar is at once part of the American land, and the viewer’s eye, and apart from them.
Source: A Mexican-American Photographer’s Body, On Display and Invisible
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
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
Reels of stunning film of the untamed Arctic, rediscovered after decades in a dusty attic, have inspired a former fur trader to retrace his steps through Canada’s North, with his son at this side.
Source: Last of the fur traders: Edmonton filmmaker inspires father to retrace his Arctic past – Edmonton – CBC News
This summer we are glad to be in the company of Karla McManus, an art historian who specializes in the study of photography and the environmental imaginary and researcher in residency in our…
Source: Karla McManus in residence | Artexte
Welcome to Native Land. This is a resource for North Americans (and others) to find out more about local indigenous territories and languages.
Source: Native-Land.ca | Our home on native land
Is the viscous green sludge that coats the water an ecological disaster—or just a nuisance for beachgoers?
Source: Anger and Indifference on Lake Winnipeg · The Walrus