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India Collaboration

30 Sep

In conversation with an NGO and artists Bangalore, India. We are developing the framework to initiate an international conversation on the subject of water. More information about this collaboration is coming soon.

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Confluence Installation!

26 Mar

So, starting Friday, the Confluence installation will be on display at D – Center in Baltimore.. Here a picture of the installation in progress..bottlefall

Piplines Leak into Water

1 Mar

Pipelines leak into water… There is so much evidence that can demonstrate this fact. That is why protests like the ones that happened to day in Ringwood New Jersey is so relevant. Prevention of cutting down trees for a new pipe to distribute more gas is important. It’s shocking that today, in 2013, people still question the importance of maintaining state parks, the flora, fauna, and other species that are at risk of being extinct at the hands of oil interests.

As a demonstration of how much placing pipes in the ground for oil is detrimental to the overall health of fresh water sources in this country check out this link to find out what happened on February 25th in Tyler County Texas.

From the Tar Sands Blockade :

20,000 gallons of oil just leaked from a pipeline in Texas.

The “leak detection systems” found nothing until local residents started reporting oil in their water.

All pipelines leak. Period.

Click SHARE to raise awareness that pipeline leaks are the norm. The technology doesn’t exist to clean up tar sands spills.

To watch the video from the local news channel that aired this story, click this link.

 

The Bottle Dress…

13 Feb

On Sunday, Feburary 17th from Noon – 4:00, performance artist Ada Pinkston will wear the bottle dress (a portion of the bottle fall) at the largest climate rally… ever.. more details from here are listed below.

Crippling drought. Devastating wildfires. Superstorm Sandy. Climate has come home — and the American people get it.

What: The largest climate rally in U.S. history.

When: February 17, 2013, Noon – 4:00 p.m. (please arrive by 11:30 a.m.)

Where: The National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Gather at the northeast corner of the Washington Monument
(Closest Metro subway stations: Federal Triangle and Smithsonian)

On Sunday, February 17, thousands of Americans will head to Washington, D.C. to make Forward on Climate the largest climate rally in history. Join this historic event to make your voice heard and help the president start his second term with strong climate action.