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Stories from the Rainforest: Plantationocene

Stories from the Rainforest: Plantationocene

As a part of ArtEZ studium generale research on Land: on climate, ownership and coexistence, Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan’s contribution offers a rich reflection on how materials speak to them in and through their artistic practice. By tracing material flows and goods within the global economy, they show the rifts and new relations between human and their environment. Plantationocene is the first essay in the series Stories from Rainforest.

Stories from the Rainforest: Nature intended it that way 1

Stories from the Rainforest: Nature intended it that way 1

As a part of ArtEZ studium generale research on Land: on climate, ownership and coexistence, Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan’s contribution offers a rich reflection on how materials speak to them in and through their artistic practice. By tracing material flows and goods within the global economy, they show the rifts and new relations between human and their environment. Nature intended it that way is the second essay in the series Stories from Rainforest.

Stories from the Rainforest: Introduction

Stories from the Rainforest: Introduction

As a part of ArtEZ studium generale research on Land: on climate, ownership and coexistence, Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan’s contribution offers a rich reflection on how materials speak to them in and through their artistic practice. By tracing material flows and goods within the global economy, they show the rifts and new relations between human and their environment. Their contribution will be published between January and June 2021. This text serves as an introduction to their series Stories from Rainforest.