Mutlimodal Productions & Publications

Matters of Scale: The Haunted Ecosystem of the Salton Sea

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Essay: Sonoran Desert Musings : A phototext collaboration with Alison Hawthorne Deming, Manuel Muñoz, and Emma Pérez

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Performing Urgency: Slamming and Spitting as Critical and Creative Response to State Crisis
Amanda Fields, Londie T. Martin, Adela C. Licona, & Elizabeth H. Tilley, with the Crossroads Collaborative  
Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy (a refereed open-access online journal).

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Saturday, December 20, 2014

Trans-Waters: Coalitional Thinking on Art & Environment ~ A Photo Essay w/ Eva Hayward: 17 December 2014

Trans-Waters: Coalitional Thinking on Art & Environment with Adela C. Licona and Eva S. Hayward

As the fifth in an ongoing series of cross-posts with A Journal of the Built + Natural Environments, this Proximities features a conversation between the University of Arizona’s Adela C. Licona and Eva S. Hayward. Licona and Hayward’s collaborative photo essay—written in a form they present as a type of experimental “coalitional thinking”—gets at links between environmental degradation and issues of social justice, between climate change and racism, between dead fish and desolation, between personal loss and liminal thinking and seeing, and between multi-species solidarities and decomposition.

This piece takes place in two (physical and web) locations: The Salton Sea here in Proximities, and Guaymas, Sonora, in
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homenaje: a [multimodal] homage to cecilia vicuña

an effort to recover our senses and express the wisdom of other ways
by wendy burk & adela c. liconaña