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The Endangered Species Print Project offers limited-edition art prints of critically endangered species. The number of prints available corresponds with the remaining animal or plant populations.
For example, only 45 Amur Leopards remain in the wild, so for this edition, only 45 prints will ever be made.
An organization whose mission is to the ensure the survival of the species depicted, is chosen to receive 100% of the sales price of each print.
"Drain is a refereed online journal published biannually. The journal seeks to promote lively and well-informed debate around theory and praxis. Each issue of Drain will have a specific concept that it explores. We are especially keen to publish pieces that connect the conceptual framework of each issue to themes such as globalization, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, capitalism and new technologies, as well as ethical and aesthetic concerns. As such, we welcome creative responses to contemporary culture, as well as written work by practitioners in the field of culture. Our primary mission is to provide an environment where a variety of creative activities can be explored with a combination of sensitivity and rigor."
Molly Schafer's work offers a playful, yet enigmatic possibility for
scientific and mythological conjecture. Her work's portrayal of female
centaurs, hunters and warriors is a conflation of both scholarly
feminist myth and pop culture, taking reference from both literary
theory and Xena Warrior Princess.
Jenny Kendler's work revolves around the theme of human beings'
relationship with nature and the natural world. Her work explores how we
perceive ourselves: either as animals that are part of nature, or as
beings somehow above and separate from our environment. She is most
interested in how these views affect our conception and treatment of
ourselves and our world.
Molly makes drawings, and occationally paintings and
photographs, based on textual artifacts that have some personal or
nostalgic resonanceold notes from friends in high school, discarded
library catalogue cards, and most recently, photocopies of books.
Animation, performance, installation, and ephemera by Adam Shecter.
for the past several years, Ben Kinsley has been traveling from town
to town, convincing locals to engage in his strange, musical
playfull, art-nerdy in situ sculpture and installation
"The city and its areas of discontinuity as the source of material. The space of painting, 'sculptural events' and architecture as a space that negotiates these discontinuities into the re-creation of a new landscape. The art space, as a place of activation, as a place for the Theatre of Imagination, the unfolding of a series of spatial arrangements that reflect on social conditions."
an artist working in a variety of media