Filter: Ecologies

November 4, 2016

Karlie Noon: Reaching for the stars

Indigenous science graduate Karlie Noon fought hard to get a double major in pure maths and physics. She talks about her journey and her hopes for the future. Tags: dripfeed_critical_ecologies
November 4, 2016

Five Book Places

“Brett Story’s film The Prison in Twelve Landscapes depicts the variety of ways in which incarceration and criminal punishment shape the American landscape, both urban and rural — without ever showing a penetentiary. It begins its New York…
October 14, 2016

Farmers and soil health – Sugar vs the Reef ?

Over the past month while I’ve been here in Mackay I’ve met many people who are in some way connected with agriculture – soil scientists, environmental scientists, official representatives of the sugarcane industry, local food producers,…
August 29, 2016

Enough is Enough #NoDAPL |

In the northern USA something exceptional and exceptionally important is happening right now. People have been coming from near and far to stand with indigenous people of the Great Sioux Nation as they seek to protect…
August 21, 2016

EARTH LAB, June 22 – September 25, 2016

The EARTH LAB exhibition is a whole planet, a space where artists act as catalysts for innovation ideas in the modern society. This is a major co-curated multimedia project by Ars Electronica Center and the Polytechnic…
August 4, 2016

Accepting the agency of the non-human

At the heart of PSI 2016 was a slightly belated acknowledgement of the so-called New Materialism and its centrality to environmentalist alternatives. New Materialism reminds us that matter is never static. Tags: dripfeed_critical_ecologies