When all the Growling Grass Frogs are locally extinct, all that remains are memories and field recordings. In this interview, Melbourne artist Sarah Edwards offers a delicate reflection on Remember Me: What Remains, a work of frogs and field recordings, of the future and the memories. Advertisements
“Reduce, reuse and recycle” seems to be at the heart of Toy Story 3‘s “environmental” theme. This is the second of 3 posts that considers how this theme is worked out in the third of the Toy Story saga.
R drives me through the course in the electric golf buggy, and introduces me to the apprentices, cutting out grass plugs affected by black spot fungus, and replacing them with new grass plugs grown in the nursery. They shake my hand, visibly proud of the work they are doing together. I am a little out […]
More than a ubiquitous and annoying backdrop to our cityscapes, seagulls can give us pause to “reflect on our species prejudices”. In this post read Evelyn Tsitas’ fascinating and thought-provoking response to Catherine Clover’s audiovisual installation piece B is for Bird, City is for City. Her review explores the questions the piece asks of the […]
How are the connotative associations of nature put to work in Rick Perry’s controversial “Strong” Youtube campaign video? This post proposes an answer.
Australia’s newly elected Liberal Coalition has proposed to redirect funding away from “ridiculous” humanities research projects. This post argues for their importance and outlines what positive social and environmental contributions such projects make to Australia.
Cathy Fitzgerald was asked to write the following article ‘The dilemma of Filming Beauty’ on the film element of her transdisciplinary eco art doctoral work by Dr. Cat Lupton for the Earthlines review (the network of the Earthlines magazine).
“Reduce, reuse and recycle” seems to be at the heart of Toy Story 3‘s “environmental” theme. This is the first of 3 posts that considers how this theme is worked out in the third instalment of the Toy Story saga.