This is a site of immanent encounter and uncanny absence.
We imagine a redemptive potential in lyricism, video, imagery, community and in work itself, jen calkins & Anne de Marcken opened this space using conceptual, material, textual and oracular processes to discombobulate the legal / political / social discourses surrounding climate change through an ongoing process-based rewrite of “Paris When it Sizzles,” Calkins’s 2018 article about the Paris Agreement published in the Washington International Law Journal.
Out of this emergent project we are sharing spaces with others who themselves are engaging humans and other beings, the climate crisis, and our bodies in the world
People who've brought their works to this project include:
Madeline Bassnett Teresa Carmody Molly Fitzjarrald Lou Florez
Marilyn Freeman Summer J. Hart Anastasia Maier