This is a site of immanent encounter and uncanny absence. 

Imagining a redemptive potential in lyricism and in work  itself, Jennifer Calkins & Anne de Marcken have used conceptual, material, textual and oracular processes to discombobulate the legal / political / social discourses  surrounding climate change in a years-long, process-based rewrite of “Paris When it Sizzles,” Calkins’s 2018 article about the Paris Agreement published in the Washington International Law Journal

Here we share the unsettling and unsettled artifacts of this process.