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LAKE PUBLISHING LAUNCHES ECO ART INCUBATOR CYPRUS: Sites Embodied : Curriculum, Catalogue, Contemplations by Nancy Holmes and Denise Kenney

In April 2017, Nancy Holmes and Denise Kenney were invited to facilitate Eco Art Incubator Cyprus: Sites Embodied, in collaboration with the European Dance Network and Dance Gate Lefkosia as part of the programming for the Eco Art Projects associated with Paphos 2017 European Capital of Culture. The Eco Art Incubator Cyprus workshop and performance series brought together local and visiting artists from various disciplines throughout Europe to research ecological art methodologies as they pertain to a particular contested site.  These artists shared their expertise and used site-specific embodied research to generate new artistic and ecological resonances.  The intent was for artists to experiment with their own practice through a thematic lens and to seed practices for ongoing engagements in this region.  This catalogue documents that experience.  It also includes several of the exercises and methods participants used and, through images and writing, it offers a record of the performances and works that were created over the workshop period.

The book can be purchased through two online retailers located in Canada-  www.chapters.indigo.ca  and  www.amazon.ca  .   Barnes and Noble and Amazon.com in the U.S. and Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/ in the UK also carry the title, as well as many other online retailers in China, Germany, Italy, India, Poland, Russia, South Korea, and Spain.  Simply type in the ISBN number into the search bar of your online retailer to check on availability:  ISBN  9781987939019.

Artists: Arianna Economou (CY); Isabel Andrés (DE/ES), Yiannis Avraamides (CY),  Zoe Balasch (DE/ES), Bernadette Divilly (IR), Geopoetics Group:  Anna Tzakou and Antonis Antoniou (GR), Athina Georgiou (CY), Panayiota Gregoriou (CY), Lara Haworth (UK), Ida Johannesen (NO), Nina Ossavy (NO), Natalie Tsingis (CY), Nefeli Tsiouti (CY) ; Ergenc Korkmazel (CY); Justyna Ataman (UK).

May 2019

5 thoughts on “What’s New

  1. This is a most refreshing approach to a difficult issue. Please remain and fortify your organization. Connect with similar movements which are emerging albeit with less of an inclusive artistic bent and flourish!
    Bravo.

  2. Glad to be part of this. I appreciated the opportunity to participate in the film screening via Skype. And it felt good to receive appreciation for the puppet activism pieces I’ve help create through Haidawood. Haw’aa (thanks).

  3. BeeWorkers!
    The Pollinating lectures and workshops over these last months have been enriching and wonderfully educational! I am excited about the upcoming exhibit & participating in the pollinator research with the Insight database!
    Kelly
    Citizen-Bee-Scientist

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