Eco Art & Climate Change Podcast

Una Chaudhuri is the Dean for the Humanities and Vice-Dean for Interdisciplinary Initiatives at NYU, and a pioneer in the fields of eco-theatre and animal studies, among many other distinguished titles. Learn about Professor Chaudhuri’s take on eco art, or art and literature from an ecological perspective. We talk about the effectiveness of ecological art in addressing climate change and more on this podcast.

Links to art talked about in the podcast:

36.5 A Durational Performance with the Sea

Signs, Wonders, Blunders

Artist David Opdyke’s postcard mural

Artist and former Disney Imagineer Joe Tankersley’s Twitter featuring postcard art

eco art

Photo from Signs, Wonders, Blunders by Una Chaudhuri

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