I woke up in a haze. I couldn’t feel. I couldn’t think. I couldn’t move. I’d begun the previous night anticipating shattered glass ceilings and had ended it desperately searching for answers outside the White House. I dove into a cyclical digital catharsis, plummeting through written emotions shared by friends and poignant articles on race, …

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Let’s be honest. On November 8th the country made a decision that put everything we hold dear under attack. On January 21st, millions of women worldwide stood up and howled their dissent. That was day 1. But we need to show up for days 2-1,460. This is why outdoor women need to lead the charge …

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Part One of Four Kaiku is an audio-visual project which was started in 2012. The project combines words, images and video with original compositions and natural sound recordings from the Baltic Sea area. This is the first article in a four-part series documenting the work behind the project. The series consists of the following instalments; …

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I had my first candlelit breakfast while working on a farm on Rapa Nui, or Easter Island. Unlike the romanticized connotations of a candlelit dinner, a candlelit breakfast consisted of spilled coffee grounds, stepping on puppy tails, and living in 85% fear of when my next encounter with the cockroaches and rats hiding in the …

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