Reflecting on the ecological perils of today, many women artists have raised awareness of environmental issues, their work serving as a platform to imagine a more equitable and sustainable future. This presentation features work by women artists from the ecofeminism of the 1970s to the present day, exploring their approaches to the land with an emphasis on interconnection.
Shirley Madill is Executive Director of the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery. She has held curatorial and director positions at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria and Rodman Hall Arts Centre, Brock University.
ASL interpretation by Tessa Rogowski. Captions by rev.com