art and earth justice: legal strategies to protect nature

Thursday, December 10
10am PT, 11am MT, 12pm CT, 1pm ET

EUROPE: Scotland/Ireland/England: 18:00GMT, Belgium/Germany/Spain: 19:00UTC

Hugh Pocock, Eliza Evans, Kim Stringfellow, Aviva Rahmani

In this Zoom Dialogue we will hear from four member artists who have researched legal strategies around land use which has informed long term art projects created to protect nature. Hugh Pocock is currently working on a project that will designate lands as “off limits” to humans, essentially a non-human park titled No Mans LandEliza Evans created a project last summer titled All the Way to Hell in which she has distributed shares in her mineral rights in Oklahoma to monkey wrench oil and gas interests. Kim Stringfellow has been working on a multi-year documentary titled Mojave Project where she’s exposed the land use strategies of developers and miners in the desert Southwest. And, Aviva Rahmani whose work titled The Blued Trees Symphony includes live trees which she has copyrighted to prevent the construction of a pipeline through her work.

Members and one guest are free. General Public can attend for a $10. Capacity is 100 participants. All participants MUST REGISTER.


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