Tag Archives: human supremacy

In Response to Nature’s Riddles

Now comes author, deep ecologist and philosopher Eileen Crist with excerpts from a recent blog post, affiliated with her excellent journal, The Ecological Citizen.

Images are relayed from the website of artist Peter Hill, “a visual artist, a musician, a builder, a permaculture gardener, father of five fantastic children and captain of the local bush fire brigade.”

 

CONVERSATION BETWEEN A HOUSE AND A TREE

 

 

HEAD STACK

 

 

BOUND TOGETHER

 

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Before and After

This week, as we continue our summer meditations on the splats and spasms of human supremacism, we simply relay information regarding a laudable exhibition assembled by curator Randy Jayne Rosenberg. Titled Ethics, Excess, Extinction, the exhibition took “meat space” within the El Paso Museum of Art until this past May, yet is still available for online perusal via Artworks For Change, for whom Ms. Rosenberg serves as executive director.

Rosenberg’s curatorial statement is excerpted below, with two pinged images from the contributions of Gale Hart.

 

 

YOU DON’T PICK HOW THEY ARE KILLED

 

 

BEFORE AND AFTER

 

 

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