Mother Nurture is a social sculpture that centers process and place, and invites community members to ferment, forage, grow, and dye organic materials (such as kombucha leather, mushrooms, seaweed, silk, wool, and more). We slowly co-create a living portal-chrysalis-shrine to collectively celebrate and grieve, remember … Continue reading Mother Nurture: A Social Sculpture for Collective Grieving
In October 2019, the United Nations published a report that coastal cities like Mumbai faced an existential threat by 2050 due to rising sea levels, if global emissions continued unabated (Lu and Flavelle 2019). In the following speculative piece, I begin with this proposition and … Continue reading From the Annals of the Bardic Council
Forest Tales: A Larval Cinema is a speculative, femi-queer, eco-cinema project which swims in the gene pool of the South Asian Sitayana epic tradition. Originally imagined as a film, this project intended to use human-powered (bicycles, wheelchairs, etc) solutions for the production of the moving … Continue reading Forest Tales: A Larval Cinema
In April 2021, YoloSol hosted a Storywalk in the Tending and Gathering Garden at the Cache Creek Conservancy, led by Native Californian Educator and Culture Bearer Diana Almendariz. The storywalk was then presented to an audience of students and community members via zoom, through Cesar Chavez Elementary School, Davis.