Hear me, feel me, taste me

Creating multiple points of connection to our backyard environments Kim V. Goldsmith, lead artist and Inhalare project coordinator During 2021’s COVID lockdowns and periods of self-imposed isolation, I walked my back paddock several times each week, often photographing or videoing these walks on my phone. Sometimes I made sound recordings with a binaural headset. TheContinue reading “Hear me, feel me, taste me”

Values. Voices. Action.

The artists’ response to the Mosses and Marshes International Panel Discussion In early November 2021, an international panel was convened to discuss the entangled in alternative ways of thinking about, understanding and valuing special environments. The goal was to determine if we needed to consider different ways to inform and shape the future of theContinue reading “Values. Voices. Action.”

Q&A with Of the Mosses’ Andrew Howe

I’ve been working collaboratively over the past 18 months with Andrew Howe (UK) on our Mosses and Marshes project, documenting my part of the project here. I share what I’ve been doing in a Q&A with Andrew on his website, Of the Mosses. READ IT HERE Read more about how Andrew is working on the raisedContinue reading “Q&A with Of the Mosses’ Andrew Howe”

All earthlings are kin in the deepest sense: a QandA with Andrew Howe

Andrew Howe is a visual artist, based in Shrewsbury UK, using walking as inspiration for painting, drawing, photography, books and digital media. He explores how people interact with their environment, and how layers of historical activities in the landscape create the identity of places. Andrew is working collaboratively with me, Kim V. Goldsmith, through ourContinue reading “All earthlings are kin in the deepest sense: a QandA with Andrew Howe”

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