How to recover what seems irrevocably lost?
Documentation becomes a weapon. Film and social media become a salve against disappearing knowledge; photography and oral histories elevate the urgency of these stories.
Collaboration draws on intimate understandings of ecologies developed over generations, projects begun at the source learn from the peculiarities of natural cycles and the innovative creatures most suited to them.
This active motion to recover foregrounds what was originally neglected, its efforts forge connections with ecosystems, with knowledge. It is a recovery that seeks to reassert interconnectedness.