In the summer of 2012 I was asked to participate in a site-generated exhibition in Detroit. At the time I was focused on issues of human apathy in the wake of environmental crises and drew upon the work of Australian physiotherapist Michael White and his writings on Narrative Practice. For the exhibition I opened a hotline for anonymous members of the public to share their “Eco-Anxiety” or environmental crises-driven concerns. The intention of the project is to help members of the public construct new narratives for themselves to move beyond the anxiety that inhibits them from making positive change to environmental crises.
       
     
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 In the summer of 2012 I was asked to participate in a site-generated exhibition in Detroit. At the time I was focused on issues of human apathy in the wake of environmental crises and drew upon the work of Australian physiotherapist Michael White and his writings on Narrative Practice. For the exhibition I opened a hotline for anonymous members of the public to share their “Eco-Anxiety” or environmental crises-driven concerns. The intention of the project is to help members of the public construct new narratives for themselves to move beyond the anxiety that inhibits them from making positive change to environmental crises.
       
     

In the summer of 2012 I was asked to participate in a site-generated exhibition in Detroit. At the time I was focused on issues of human apathy in the wake of environmental crises and drew upon the work of Australian physiotherapist Michael White and his writings on Narrative Practice. For the exhibition I opened a hotline for anonymous members of the public to share their “Eco-Anxiety” or environmental crises-driven concerns. The intention of the project is to help members of the public construct new narratives for themselves to move beyond the anxiety that inhibits them from making positive change to environmental crises.

ECO-CHAT LINE.craigslit.artist community.8.18.jpg
       
     
eco-Anxiety.gallery.jpg
       
     
Eco_Chat_Bullitinboard.jpg
       
     
ecochat_sf_chicken and bike.jpg
       
     
ecochat_sf_expanding minds.jpg
       
     
ecochat_sf_tatoo.jpg
       
     
Diane.Starfish Story.jpg
       
     
       
     
Eco-Chat with Diane.