Knowing in the Anthropocene (2018) expresses the suspicion, weirdness, illogicality, uncertainty, anger, anxiety, randomness and chaos in the space between humans and the landscape.
Calling for better government policy around climate change; reducing the use of plastics bags; a stranger giving a judgmental look at your plastic shopping bag; or analysing recycling solutions: all these might be implied in the works, but these conversations or solutions are not the fundamental messages in the results. Knowing in the Anthropocene (2018) makes inquiries into human responses, which have formed a fragmented social awkwardness in the Anthropocene.
These works examine how environmental issues have repositioned our thoughts and reactions in the Anthropocene, how the fomentation of ecological problems and solutions is reflected in social behaviour, and are stirring up our position in sustainable practices.
Something is missing in the red 2018
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