‘The Virtual Fashion Museum’, Runa Ray

Step inside the digital museum of fashion to explore ancient and Indigenous techniques of garmenting, combined to demonstrate the negative impacts of the fashion industry and show that another way is possible. In this project fashion environmentalist and interdisciplinary designer from India, Runa Ray creates garments using seaweed and cyanobacteria to highlight the devastating impact of synthetic fibers and microplastics on the health of the oceans and marine life. “Art has always complemented science, and encouraged people and communities to think deeper, even change their ways.” Runa Ray. About Runa Ray Runa Ray is a fashion environmentalist and interdisciplinary designer who uses Fashion as Activism to advocate for policy change. She has worked extensively with the sustainable development goals on...
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‘The Conservation’, Øyvind Engevik (Engwind)

Norwegian CG artist and director, Øyvind Engevik’s The Conservation considers the idea of a “backup planet”, where humans have to harvest “Earth’s seed” to build a new home. “We push because we must. We push because we are too late. We push because we no longer have a choice. We remember the melting glaciers. We remember the burning forests. We remember the dry lake beds. We regret not listening to the voices. We regret not noticing the signs. We regret not acting sooner. So, we must push. We must push to breathe. We must push to survive. We are busy keeping the tree alive. We are busy keeping hope alive. We are too busy to keep surviving like this. So, we will perish...
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Mobilization: Against oil pipeline and oil tankers congestion in Israel

The Mediterranean People, Extinction Rebellion, Megama Yerouka, along with ReGenesis and other associations for the safety of the maritime world have gathered in the City of Ashkelon (South of Israel) on June 17th 2021 to demonstrate against the broadening of the EAPC European-Asia Pipeline company agreement with the Emirates, an agreement which threatens the health of the Ashkelon citizens and the maritime environment.Ashkelon is considered the second or third city in Israel with a high number of cancer disease cases. ReGenesis Israël has orchestrated a performance together with the organizations mentioned above. At the scene, there were: -The expression of polarity between pure business interests and the will for a green rehabilitation program. – A man lying in a hospital bed with an oxygen mask and blood transfusion represented...
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Indigenous Culture: The Hunter’s World

Photography by Elijah Wesley Text by Harvey A. Feit Because animals are gifts, it is appropriate to ask Cree hunters, “Who gives the animal?” Their answers lead us to features of Cree logic and cosmology. Recurrent answers are that animals do not only give themselves, but they are given by the “wind persons” and by God (Higher Power, Creator, or Providence). Just as animals are like persons, so are phenomena that we do not consider to be living. Active phenomena such as winds and water, as well as God and various spirit beings, are all considered to be like persons or to be associated with person beings. Because all sources of action are like persons, the explanations of the causes...
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Investment banks to divest from fossil fuels

Extinction Rebellion is a citizens-driven international movement using non-violence and civil disobedience to persuade governments to act justly on the Climate and Ecological Emergency. The actions we perform usually include art to attract and retain the public’s attention. Israel is a country with many demonstrations and problems and it’s not easy catching the eyes of the public or of the media. Art helps us demonstrate our message in a blunt, clear and beautiful manner. In our series of actions against investment banks – demanding they divest from fossil fuels – we used art many times. The photos come from two actions. The first one is a meal of investment “pigs” lunching on oil and on our expense. The second is a...
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“Speak Out!”

The sculpting installation “Speak Out!” by artist Sophie Halbreich calls the public to fight against being silenced and go out to vote. The installation, which is comprised of 90 heads, hand made by the artist, has been displayed at one of the most famous squares in the city of Tel Aviv, Israel. Displayed during two full days, this installation was both an outcry and a clear-cut message for encouraging the public to let their voice be heard on the not-too-long-ago election day, last March 23rd . Sophie Halbreich has devoted her time to expressive art, which has become her main medium for fighting for what she has always believed to be of utmost important – self-expression – voicing of opinions...
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Recently attending a small exhibition, I have seen very powerful works. Next to the main entrance, there are panoramic photos taken by Henry Fair. From far away, they look aesthetic, beautiful, well composed. As we get closer, we catch sight of a different reality.  What looks like outstanding colourful skyline photos are in fact waste, chemical plants, arsenic, coal ash and desulfurization, waste pit, etc. Close by, there are three video-screen made by Chris Jordan. What look like colorful dots turn to be billions of plastic bottles, credit cards and cigarettes butts.  The common denominator between these two approaches is: what seems to be attractive, aesthetic at first sight turns to be dreadful when we get a close look at...
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