Category Archives: Tiny Ecology

My Tiny Ecology: A Presentation

A little over a month ago I delivered the following presentation in Jeffrey Cohen’s graduate seminar on Contact Ecology. This day, in which all of the seminar participants presented, was the culminating event of our shared tiny ecology project, which … Continue reading

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Tiny Ecology, 7am, September 30

I hope to write more about this sketch later, but in the meantime here’s a quote (from the much-missed Roger Ebert, to whom I owe much of my career – another story) that I think about every time I draw. … Continue reading

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The Tiny Ecology Project

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The photos below were taken in response to an assignment posed by Jeffrey Cohen’s current graduate seminar. The assignment asks us to choose a place–a “Tiny Ecology”–for “intense ecological attentiveness.” The necessity of returning frequently to one’s ecology means that … Continue reading

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