If disasters harm humanity, what is the purpose of creating more disasters in fiction? A case study of the Japanese science fiction story that has been adapted nine times since its release as a novel in 1973.
There was a time when our relationship with our world felt more harmonious. Our parents flourished in those days.
The environment is more than plants and roads, including also how one is treated or perceived. All Black politics have an environmental dimension because Black people are still unable to simply exist in The United States.
A look at pandemic's effect on canning, the practice of collecting cans and bottles throughout New York City and returning them to redemption centers for money.
An inquiry into the plastics on Hawaiian shores that centers the colonized and occupied homelands on which these objects are formed
The similarities between the tourist industry today and settler presence in the Caribbean are striking: Both thrive on the idea that the Caribbean is a place that can (and should) be freely consumed, economically and visually, by Western people.
The students in Louise Harpman's “Architecture and Urban Design LAB” course build a structure out of discarded single-use plastic water bottles.
A song using silence, ambient noise, and quiet to explore the binary between man-made and natural disasters
A series of photographs that ask how to remain hopeful when up against the daunting realities of climate change and racism
A sculptural work that explores the interweaving of microbial and macroscopic worldings, "Polyzome" consists of a hand-blown glass ellipsoid containing a microbial polyculture native gathered from the New York City microbiome resting atop a white perforated clay tower, housing grasses.
An image can be considered a reflection of its viewer. What does this say about advertisements presented as images, as reflections of the people they are designed to reach?