People all across the world are realizing that we’ve become increasingly unaware of our connection to place—our connection to the forces outside of our own creations—reminding us that the ways in which we connect and resonate with the environment dictate how we respond to the most pressing issues of our time: global climate change, deforestation, species extinction, and social inequality, to name a few.
As a response to these challenges, Immemorial embodies an historical, cultural, and ecological investigation project that works through art to celebrate the bond between human expression and the natural world.
Driven by the idea that art can be used for eco-cultural education and impact, Immemorial is meant to catalyze meaningful reflection on how we interact with environments. The hope is to encourage new—and illuminate old—ways of being in relation to the Earth.
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