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J Henry Fair: Artist, storyteller and flying troublemaker

Introducing Mr. Fair J Henry Fair says that he would probably have been better off if he had invested the same amount of time in self-marketing rather than in the extensive research on environmental issues, coal mining, fracking or glyphosate in beer. Still, he perceives himself to be lucky. Henry enjoys an international reputation, has had major exhibits in various museums...

Your diet: Part of the Solution or the Problem?

Reduce your impact – eat responsibly! The WWF International recently published its annual Living Planet Report for 2020. It provides an overview of where we are at in the pursuit of preserving our natural world and the ecosystems on which we depend. All this talking about the planet’s ecosystem, biodiversity loss, extinction etc. How does it translate to your everyday life? What does...

Dunja Karabaic: Sustainable spill over and the Joy Of Missing Out

Introducing Mrs. Karabaic As a young student, Dunja Karabaic felt that tight definitions and strict separations were not appropriate. Towards the end of her studies at the University of Fine Arts Hamburg the traditional arts market she was to enter appeared to Dunja as flat, hollow and exclusive: you either are in it, stick to its laws and rules, cooperate with an art...

Edgar Honetschläger: Some crazy artist engaging in environmental conservation…

Introducing Mr. Honetschläger Edgar Honetschläger is a visual artist and filmmaker, one that is deeply passionate about his work; work that is in direct correlation with his life, his enquiries and outside events. From art he expects to constantly learn something, either in a knowledgeable or emotional way; an aspiration that he has for his own art, too. His...

Green New Deal for the Arts

Green New Deal for the Arts

Sustainability in Art: a mere Subject? The fact that artists have made sustainability a subject of their work has become rather common. Numerous not only talk about it but criticise wasteful behaviour or offer alternatives. They put the topic at the heart of their creation. They raise awareness of the urgency of this matter. But are they also sustainable...

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