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I have made the consumption of the planet’s resources central to my portfolio of art. Active in greening issues on campus since my first year in 2013/14, I’m always focused on initiating key, urgent, environmental taken-for-granted issues. These institutionally overlooked projects are initiated with an artistic in-depth imaginative flair and involve a cross campus participative direct, active experience. All of them, originating from my uniquely imaginative and communicative workings with the Environmental Officer, have come to fruition through the Eco-Court Hearing.
On a daily basis at Goldsmiths I can be seen gathering discarded materials to be incorporated into art projects, cajoling students and management to become directly involved in sustainable projects.
This past year, for example, the “ECO Court Hearing” presided over the prosecution of the demise of the mother earth. The court was packed, and mankind was found guilty of the manslaughter of mother nature.
Top 3 learnings:
1. Re-appropriate materials and space in line with what you want to express.
2. Don’t seek perfection - just move towards it the best way you can.
3. Learn from your mistakes and process, move on from it, evolving as you go.
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