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Welcome.

We’re an arts publication that explores humanity’s complicated relationship to land.

Barbara Cooper

Barbara Cooper

Statement

We can read a fluid history of growth embedded in solid form, whether it is in a body, a tree, or geological strata; where the immense scope of a landscape and the history that is literally embedded within it spans an amount of time beyond our comprehension. But growth can also be impeded, intruded upon, deformed and compressed by conflict or lack of resources. And that is where I find my focus now; on the environmental issues facing us today.

Charles Aaron Camp

Charles Aaron Camp

Camila Franco Ribeiro Gomide

Camila Franco Ribeiro Gomide