Posts Tagged ‘ water ’

The Politics of Adversity in Pope.L’s Flint Water Project

Installation view of “Flint Water” (2017), What Pipeline, Detroit

Flint Water Project politicizes the readymade, positing the bottles as symbols of gross negligence and misconduct on the part of city and state officials, and the dire consequences.

Source: The Politics of Adversity in Pope.L’s Flint Water Project

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▶ CoquiWalk by ecopoetics

“A night walk on a road at the edge of the rainforest in Costa Rica (El Yunque), after a rain storm: coqui frogs, insects, water, humans. February 2009. Monaural recording.”

Zeitgeist Spam: Yes, I think we can call it the Anthropocene (reposted from the Guardian)

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This planktonic arrow worm, Sagitta setosa, has eaten a blue plastic fibre about 3mm long. Plankton support the entire marine food chain. Photograph: Richard Kirby/Courtesy of Orb Media

Source: Zeitgeist Spam: Yes, I think we can call it the Anthropocene (reposted from the Guardian)

JOAN BAEZ with INDIGO GIRLS ~ The Water Is Wide ~.wmv – YouTube

A view from the bottom of the watering hole

Here’s your tiny moment of zen for today. If you put a camera at the bottom of a bucket placed in the middle of a desert, several different kinds of animals will come to drink from it.Important note: “The swimmi

Source: A view from the bottom of the watering hole

“Food Water Shelter Poetry: art as species survival (r)evolution practice” by Eric Magrane |University of Arizona Poetry Center Newsletter

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A Scientific Review of French Polynesia’s Austral Islands

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The underwater marine ecosystem off Rapa, one of the Austral Islands.

A Scientific Review of French Polynesia’s Austral Islands.