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Introducing Soil Voices!
This month, part of our arts offering for the WCSS, Our Living Soil, has really started to get off the ground! ‘Soil Voices’ is an exciting programme being delivered on behalf of the BSSS by Jude Allen and Isla Robertson. They have been teasing us here in the office at BSSS with snippets from their work….
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A selection of the latest news from the art/ soil science community
A Friable Earth by Jackie Wills
Jackie Wills, author of A Friable Earth, has shared her poem Considering I’ll Become Mud which provided the title for her book. Her poem came out of...
Flows to the Future
Scottish visual artist Hannah Imlach's project in the Flow Country – a vast expanse of blanket bog in the far north east of Scotland – is an example...
There is a Volcano Behind my House
For over twenty years Halperin’s work has explored the relationship between geology and daily life. For one of her largest solo exhibitions to date, Ilana Halperin has created new works inspired by the geology of the island of Bute where she now spends much of her time.
Kiss the Ground
Narrated and featuring Woody Harrelson, Kiss the Ground is an inspiring and groundbreaking film that reveals the first viable solution to our climate crisis.
When Soil Biodiversity meets Art
This short video from the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations invites viewers to look a the importance of art when inviting...
Living Soil Film
Living Soil: A Documentary for All of Us We recommend this documentary for anyone who wishes to know a bit more about soils and their...