Nature Expressions
December 2016

Homo Sapiens, as a species, possesses a unique attribute -- we generally view ourselves as outside of the rest of nature, inherently different from even our closest genetic cousins. Despite that, in these pre-interplanetary days, our place in the world and fate as an organism is as dependent on the earth's biosphere as any other, a fact that may become strikingly clear within the merest geologic nanosecond or two. In order to weigh the implications of this, both seriously and playfully, we will begin 2017 with a collection of films about our place in the natural world: changing climate, waste cycles, altered ecosystems, and observations, or even notes from, the wildlife whose lives intertwine with our own.

Welcome to the Anthropocene
Welcome to the Anthropocene
Loïc Fontimpe
Small Brains en Masse
Small Brains en Masse
Dennis Hlynsky
Tropical Birds Confront Global Warming
Tropical Birds Confront Global Warming
Daniel Grossman
Herbarium
Herbarium
Barbara Visser
Subatlantic
Subatlantic
Ursula Biemann
Archives of Extinction
Archives of Extinction
Alyse Takayesu
Season of Wonder
Season of Wonder
Lisa Crafts
The Wapiti
The Wapiti
Anssi Kasitonni
Green Matters
Green Matters
Mia Makela
Living Fossil
Living Fossil
Sean Hanley
Wayward Fronds
Wayward Fronds
Fern Silva
The Secrets Held in Ice
The Secrets Held in Ice
Loïc Fontimpe
The Return
The Return
Shaima Al Ameri
Fatma Al Ghanem
Symphony no. 42
Symphony no. 42
Réka Bucsi
Sticky
Sticky
Jilli Rose
Graminoids
Graminoids
Demelza Kooij
Lars Koens
Deforest
Deforest
Grayson Cooke
Bottom Feeders
Bottom Feeders
Matt Reynolds
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