What a wonderful catalogue. I love the design, the texts, the concept….the way the films are handled and almost best of all I knew very few of the artists. A major contribution.
-Lucy R. Lippard
Water, Water Everywhere: Paean to a Vanishing Resource (Climate Change Trilogy) (Volume 1) Paperback – June 25, 2014
by Jennifer Heath (Author), Ismail Serageldin (Contributor), Betsy Damon (Contributor)
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About the Author
Jennifer Heath is an independent curator, award-winning cultural journalist, writer, editor, and activist. Among her many traveling exhibitions are THE VEIL: VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE SPACES, which toured the United States frm 2008-2013, THE ART WE LOVE TO HATE: BLACK VELVET, and THE MAP IS NOT THE TERRITORY: PARALLEL PATHS-PALESTINIANS, NATIVE AMERICANS, IRISH an exploration of post- and current colonialism, co-curated with Dagmar Painter, and launched in September 2013. Her “locavore” exhibit in 2010, RESURRECTIONS: eco-LOGY & eco-NOMY, invited artists to create functional, everyday objects from trash, and featured satellite exhibitions, RISING TIDES: TRASHING THE OCEANS and TWILIGHT’S LAST GLEAMING: NUCLEAR WASTE . She is the author or editor of twelve books of fiction and non-fiction, including ON THE EDGE OF DREAM: THE WOMEN OF CELTIC MYTH AND LEGEND (Penguin 1998), THE ECHOING GREEN: THE GARDEN IN MYTH AND MEMORY (Penguin 2000), THE SCIMITAR AND THE VEIL: EXTRAORDINARY WOMEN OF ISLAM (Paulist Press, 2004), THE VEIL: WOMEN WRITERS ON ITS HISTORY, LORE, AND POLITICS (University of California Press, 2008), and, co-edited with Ashraf Zahedi, LAND OF THE UNCONQUERABLE: THE LIVES OF CONTEMPORARY AFGHAN WOMEN (University of California Press, 2011) and CHILDREN OF AFGHANISTAN: THE PATH TO PEACE (University of Texas Press, 2014). Her collection, THE JEWEL AND THE EMBER: LOVE STORIES OF THE ANCIENT MIDDLE EAST is available at Smashwords E-books Publishers or amazon.com.