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SUNSET SUNRISE

In 2008, legendary singer, supermodel, and actress Grace Jones released her tenth studio album by the title Hurricane. The auto-biographical and intimate tone of the lyrics surprised music critics and fans around the world. Surprisingly, the song Sunset Sunrise proposed an anthropocentric critique of a rare kind in the pop music world.  more>>

RUSL explores the potential for ecolinguistic activism to act as a gateway for experiential learning via the generation of sitedependent

artwork related to place. Autoethnographic methodology demonstrates the effectiveness of pedagogy focused on transformative action, and documentation of art-making processes offers repeatable models that may result in action competence with the power to alter a person’s notion of herself as a place-maker and of her interconnectedness with ecosystems in flux. more>>

This issue of Antennae, and the next which will follow, gathers the work of scholars and artists

committed to rethink our relationship with what once we called the environment.

 

In different ways and through different lenses, they all explore the ambiguities, contradictions, and blind spots that have characterised previous discourses in order to identify new productivities.

 

Thus, the content of this issue raises questions about intentionality in artistic production; it presents the emergence of new aesthetics that challenge traditional object/subject relationships; it troubles environmental rhetoric for the purpose of engaging with irreducible materialities; and it questions the real potentiality art bears in the development of these new discursive formations.  more>>

 

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RUSL: TRASH IN ICELAND

Lyrics: Grace Jones, Paulo Goude, Bruce Woolley

 

Angela Rawlings

A creative text about a sustainability project in Miami and an artists pull towards Eco Art and addressing one of the most pressing issues of our era, climate change.  more>>

Blair Butterfield

(Edited by Adam Schachner)

This essay describes the phenomenological approach to promoting environmentalism, which engages people when moral and scientific arguments (the explanatory approach) do not. It is suggested that art can provide a route to the phenomenological approach. There is a discussion of the philosophical background to these ideas, and of the art and the type of aesthetic experience

involved. more>>

ART AND THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL APPROACH TO PROMOTING ENVIRONMENTALISM

Edward Hayman

FIONA WOODS:

ANIMAL OPERA

Woods returns to the gallery, where the sound element is crucial

 

 

by Michaele Cutaya

Jenny Kendler is a Chicago based inter-disciplinary artist, environmental activist, naturalist, social entrepreneur & wild forager whose work explores the multi-layered intricacies of our relationship with the natural world. She is currently the first Artist-in-Residence with Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). more>>

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A NEW INDEX FOR PREDICTING CATASTROPHES

Madhur Anand

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The experience of encountering contemporary art revealed in quarry environments was the essence of step in stone, an extraordinary venture, which intrigued residents and visitors to Somerset, UK.  more>>

STEP IN STONE

Fiona Campbell and Nick Weaver

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Most ecologists, including myself, have focused their efforts on studying the impacts that humans have on the environment. This of

course is a story with one overarching narrative. For a variety of reasons, ecologists have shied away from looking at the impacts

of the environment on humans. This is typically left to the “social scientists”.   more>>

 

MILKWEED DISPERSAL BALLOONS

Jenny Kendler

interviewed by Giovanni Aloi

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Our attempts to control the landscape, to build cameras and keep them light-tight is in correlation with humanity’s attempts to keep nature static and at bay for its own gains.  more>>

Dave Janesko

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The broad field of environmental ethics, animal welfare, animal liberation and animal rights literature indicate that all encounters between humans and animals are ethically charged. In this article I shall examine how environmental ethics, or animal welfare/rights/liberation literature translate into public media. The case study will delve into the representation of animals in the Dutch newspapers, using content analysis to provide an empirical basis for monitoring public opinion. more>>

 

Helen Kopnina

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