David McCloskey on Cascadia, Part 2

November 24, 2013
Splabman

David McCloskey is a retired Professor of Sociology at Seattle University, and founder of the Cascadia Institute. I got the chance to interview him on October 30, 2013, at his home in Eugene, Oregon. 

In segment two he discussed his efforts to create a new culture through what her termed: “a poetics of landscape.” He discussed how his effort involves maps, poems and stories. He invited poets and artists to help create a shared story that will inspire an ecologically-centered culture by taking on the imagination of the bioregion. He also discussed how he got to know Cascadia ecology by exploring the North Cascades. (Part 2, 8:21)

The whole interview is archived here.

His Cascadia Shower

His Cascadia Shower

His bioregional shower which reenacts the story of how it gets to him.

His bioregional shower which reenacts the story of how water gets to him.

 

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