My master's thesis for Rhode Island School of Design's brand new Nature-Culture-Sustainability Studies program is now available in print form RISD's Fleet Library, and as a free download from RISD Digital Commons:
The upshot in a nutshell: practices and frameworks that emphasize and enhance collaboration,
spontaneity, and care, in defying convention, contain the potential to
The impossible can be realized through creative acts: we can "know what the possible feels like because we know ourselves to be its creators" (Arturo Fallico, Art and Existentialism, 1962).
This is a dynamic, participatory occasion.
On December 9, 2019 I defended my thesis as part of the first cohort in Rhode Island School of Design's new liberal arts master's program in Nature-Culture and Sustainability Studies. "An Intricate Ensemble: The Art-Science of an Ecological Imaginary" is now available in its entirety at RISD Digital Commons.