In this piece, I attempt to imagine a defining feature of a post-extraction, post-capitalist world: one where relations of and to work are life-giving ones, and in which—beyond the logics of extraction, productivity, exploitation—we have the fullest possible space, time, and means in which to make this work an authentic extension of our being.
Our Hands Will Be Also Stained This WayArtist: Julia DaSilva Medium: poemThe coming world will be bloodoranges. The work to be done will spread before us in orbs of orange gold and we will hold each one, wonderwill it zest sunflower or red? Someone will ask whether it...
A world without extractivism will be a world without the exploitation of resources or labour, a world where people aren’t criminalized, threatened, or targeted for defending their territories.
400+ seed packets with seeds from plants that grow or have historically grown on Grassy Mountain, including silky lupine, silvery lupine, and rough fescue seeds.
Orphan Well Adoption Agency is dedicated to finding caretakers for abandoned oil and gas wells through symbolic adoptions.
This is a piece from a collage book about the world I would dream to live in. This piece exists because I need to see how we can transform our world of extraction into a world of life and beauty.
“La voz de Jaguara y su canto de poder resuena por la selva, el agua, la semilla y la energía guardiana de las mujeres ancestrales. Desde el fondo de la muerte, su corazón libre emerge iluminando con el fuego de la vida.”
Paintings by Kukama indigenous artists from the Purawa school of their river spirits.
Jo Jefferson and James Sandham collaborated on this 10-page comic in response to this call for imaginings (begun in the form of a poem and painting). They were inspired by fierce defence of land in the face of violence and criminalization.