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Entanglements Across Time and Space: Rachelle Dang Interviewed by Louis Bury
Two large wooden rectangular boxes outdoors one of which holds small trees and foliage titled, Seed Box: Trees of New York, by Rachelle Dang

Installations that reframe colonial perspectives.

Entanglements Across Time and Space: Rachelle Dang Interviewed by Louis Bury
Two large wooden rectangular boxes outdoors one of which holds small trees and foliage titled, Seed Box: Trees of New York, by Rachelle Dang

Installations that reframe colonial perspectives.

Ecological Entanglements: Tuomas A. Laitinen Interviewed by Owen Duffy
A video still of a small octopus slipping into a glass sculpture titled, Haemocyanin, by Tuomas Laitinen

Artwork that creates complex systems.

Water Portraits: Carolina Caycedo Interviewed by Louis Bury
A museum installation view of a room filled with brightly colored sculptures made with nets and hanging from the ceiling titled, Costmotarrayas, by Carolina Caycedo

An artist working with communities around rivers.

Art into the World: Marion Wilson Interviewed by Louis Bury
Small and large glass bottles on a wood table for The Landscape Is Sanctuary to Our Fears, an installation by artist, Marion Wilson

A social-practice artist talks about working with painting and photography.

Strangeness and Beauty: Dear Climate (Una Chaudhuri, Oliver Kellhammer, and Marina Zurkow) Interviewed by Louis Bury
Dear Climate installation featuring Wooden post with three signs reading How Forests Think Where Branches Point and What Roots Report at Appalachian State University by Una Chaudhuri Oliver Kellhammer and Marina Zurkow

A unique approach to environmental art.

The Freedom to Develop What Is Necessary: Maria Thereza Alves Interviewed by Richard William Hill
A variety of potted plants collected in plywood boxes and set in a small white gallery with botany drawings on the walls

Documenting a cross-cultural politics and aesthetics.

Digesting Place: Dean Erdmann Interviewed by Amanda Parmer
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An artist explores the evolution of older technologies into the present.

Collaborative Creation: Tahir Karmali Interviewed by Danni Shen
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Art that investigates sustainable and unsustainable materials.

Reimagined Objects: Jean Shin Interviewed by Louis Bury
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Sculpture as communal.

Labor and Nature: Deborah Anzinger Interviewed by Jareh Das
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An art of the body and the environment.

Lauren Bon and Oscar Tuazon
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The social practice works of Bon and Tuazon take the form of functional interventions to address and educate about California’s water crisis.

Reclamation Is an Imperative: Paloma McGregor and Damian Griffin Interviewed by Nicole Loeffler-Gladstone
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Previewing a public performance on the Bronx River. 

William Pope.L Navigates the Flint Waterways by Jennifer Junkermeier
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Not fit for human consumption.

Warmer: A Collection of Comics About Climate Change for the Fearful & Hopeful by Matthew Thurber
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Comics have a good chance of surviving ecological disaster. Unlike, for example, blue-chip video art, there may be a place for hand-drawn sequential graphics after floodwaters recede.

Lisa Sanditz by Kanishka Raja
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A landscape painter explores the “bright, exuberant, plastic toxicity” oozing from the colors of our contemporary environment.

Cecilia Vicuña: About to Happen by Michael Wilson
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A modestly sized but nonetheless ambitious blend of catalog, monograph, and artist’s project, the book accompanies a touring exhibition of the same name which opened at the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, in March 2016.

Amy Balkin by Monica Westin
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“Criminal evidence, not scientific evidence, as gathered from sites of slow crimes in progress.”

Marina Zurkow by Katy Gray
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Marina Zurkow makes art about the coexistence of the natural world and the human world. Katy Gray spoke with her about her 146 hour video piece, the oil industry, and the patterns found in the overlap between nature and culture.

Two Sculptures by Christy Rupp
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Two sculptures utilizing steel, fiberglass, hydrocal, paint, aluminum, and oil, Fish Jumping Out Of Its Skin and PCB’s In The Hudson.

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