I think the #LDF19 Legacy project is so distasteful- the legacy for most is inheriting a global environmental catastrophe, and LDF do a project about gifting to 10 wealthy museum directors, bespoke furniture made from oak for their grandchildren or museums to inherit. #slowclap
.@L_D_F Chairman, Sir John Sorrell and V&A presents Legacy that sees 10 designers collaborating with leaders of London’s cultural instit…
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If you need computer-art install ideas, follow cursed computers. Here’s one for when the gallerist asks you make wall-mounted art
That second clip 😵 !!!
When animals are looked at like mere objects, this is the horrific treatment they go through.
Please make the compassionate choice to leave all animal products off your plate.
Reading now @firstname.lastname@example.org’s “Who really feeds the world?” - telling the story of industrial agriculture from non-Western-Colonial perspectives, reveals the violence of industrialisation, and the lamentable loss of time-honoured and truly sustainable agroecology. cc @email@example.com
I thought the badger cull pilot schemes had proven its nonsense that badgers spread diseases to cows (they come out at night and stay clear of cows). This must be a *just-in-case* precaution to ensure meat-eaters can have disease-prone beef.
Give up beef 🥩 = save badgers 🦡
Badger cull in England extended to ‘unimaginable scale’ https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/sep/11/badger-cull-england-ex…
Three components in development, but very much connected 🖇 https://www.instagram.com/p/B2KN69LFo_a/?igshid=ppeuon9cpzss
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