Drought & Wildfire Series
Every country is experiencing the drastic effects of climate change. My work is at the intersection of arts and the struggle for human rights and global ecologies.
"As a species with relatively short lives and even shorter attention spans, humans struggle to grasp the long-term scope of an evolving emergency they will not live to experience fully. The most effective protest art, then, does not confront us with the evidence we've already proven perfectly willing to ignore. Instead, it broadens the narrow ways we tend to conceive of time and our position within larger ecologies without necessarily mentioning climate change by name. The resulting works are not demands for immediate action but ones that expand our psychological capacity to act."
By Zoë Lescaze, March 25, 2022