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'Art and Climate Change'

Gardner's work is discussed in Thames and Hudson's recent World of Art publication, Art and Climate Change written by Maja and Reuben Fowkes. In their chapter on Botanical Politics in the section titled Floral Collectivism, the authors speak to the ways in which exotic abortifacients were used by enslaved women to resist slavery in the Creole Portraits III suite of lithographs. Art and Climate Change presents an overview of ecologically conscious contemporary art that addresses the climate emergency, as artists across the world call for an active, collective engagement with the planet, and illuminate some of the structures that threaten humanity’s survival. The book can be purchased HERE.




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