Beneath the waters of Peru’s Amazon lies a vibrant spiritual world led by the Karuara, which means ‘people of the river.’
IMAGININGS: Three watercolours
Three watercoloursArtist: James Sandham Medium: three watercolour paintingsFollow the artist:James Sandham James Sandham is a self-taught artist and author based in Toronto. His novel, The Entropy of Aaron Rosclatt, was shortlisted for the Canadian Author...
IMAGININGS: New Worlds
Dream new worlds.
Dream worlds where there is justice.
Where flowers grow out of cracked pipelines,
Where baby whales survive.
IMAGININGS: Deseo cambiarlo todo
Sueño con un mundo donde nadie sea lobo de nadie. Donde nadie explote u oprima a nadie.
IMAGININGS: Endangered Time
Endangered TimeArtist: Emma Martin Medium: digital art The world we live in is made up of globalized capitalism which thrives on the violence of settler colonization. Stated differently, the growth of the global economy threatens our existence. Endangered Time is...
IMAGININGS: Building a new world in the shell of the old at Camp Binbee
For the last four years, we have been taking direct action to stop Adani’s controversial Carmichael coal mine on Wangan and Jagalingou land in central Queensland.
IMAGININGS: Fire Song
Fire SongArtist: Sam Ponting Medium: song Fire song connects the extraction industry, including mining and oil extraction, with climate change and the rise of forest fires. It teleports the listener into a time when extractivism is a thing of the past, “shut down by...
Imaginings: Wet Moss
Wet MossArtist: Emma Wright Medium: poemLicking the current.Toying with the rush.Swirling in unexpected concentric joy.A green so lush it sinks deep into the skin. Recalling other times.Times past and times to come.Times that allow for slippery, wet, bubbling breath...
IMAGININGS: Into the Well
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.