Led by Anna Sullivan, this project is a film critiquing water waste and use in everyday tasks. For instance, washing your car, watering your lawn, taking a bath, washing dishes, etc. Her film critiques this idea by poking at people’s nerves with images of running a dishwasher with just one plate and cup, turning a faucet on and then walking away, flushing a toilet over and over again, washing a car with water from plastic gallon jugs, as well as filling a bathtub only to then immediately drain it. She hopes to strike a nerve with people by playing up the absurdity and showing them how daily water use from a first world perspective is sometimes superficial and incredibly wasteful.
Pliable streetscapes challenges urban design masterplans that prescriptively mold ideals and norms around play in cities. Through mobile, dialogic and small-scale interventions that can change and grow over time, the project encourages the emergence of alternate play.Read More
Manipulation of footage from different water related locations around Oklahoma to give viewers an experience of the "ecological freakology" of water and human body systems.Read More
Listening for the Rain explores Native American observations of, as well as responses to, climate change and variability. A team of Native and non-Native media artists worked together to document these stories.Read More