Climate Frequencies: Episode 2: Into the Soil
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Musician and artist Natalie Sharp heads just below the surface and into the soil and asks if we can cultivate care in our relationship to land.
In this episode, musician and artist Natalie Sharp thinks about the soil crisis, land ownership, our relationship with the land and how communities are fighting against extractivist corporations not only for land access and ownership, but for their ancestral relationship to the soil itself.
Artist Jade Montserrat discusses her video work Clay, Peat and Cage and talks to creative climate-justice activist Suzanne Dhaliwal about access to land and how local communities can fight back against extractivist companies and governments. Artist Emily Hesse explores our connection and relationship with land, sharing her text Inhabit.