What ethical, environmental, and economic factors shape the palate politics of food and diet in an increasingly unpure yet always more-than-human world?
Unbeknownst to many, beneath the surface, an intricate network of calcified entanglements emerges, encapsulating fragments of our material history from both past and present, woven together by the mundane acts of flushing, washing, and draining.
Since I was a child, my family has always avoided the annoyance of waiting for the trash collector by using natural means during the rainy periods.
American painting has continuously investigated the relationship between the citizens of the United States and their natural landscape.
Through the lens of queer ecology, I want to explore how Jeff VanderMeer envisions queer inhabitation of the Earth, queer embodiment, and queer coexistence with the nonhuman in ways that challenge binary ideologies and hierarchies.
The dusky seaside sparrow was a small songbird once abundant within a small range in Southern Florida.