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Collaborations & Commissions

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"In the year 2050" with 
Awa Ndiaye

Imagine that 50 years from now, your grandchild gets to learn about the year 2020. What story do you think would be told?
For many of us, 2020 has felt quite apocalyptic, at times, but might there be something other than the fear, the anxiety and the injustice? In this poem, I take you on a journey to explore the very real difficulties overshadowing many lives in 2020, but also to look out for any glimpses of hope, before bringing you back inward.

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Illuminated Manuscript for the theatre production "A Woman's Prize" by Arianna Stucki, Directed by Sebastian Grube

A Joint-Capstone, directed by Sebastian Grube and written by Arianna Stucki, A Woman’s Prize is a 30-minute play that utilizes song, Old Irish, and immersive storytelling. This play asks us all to consider an alternative narrative in which women reclaim and reshape their mythologies, remembering the female names and stories lost to history.

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Cartooning for Conferences

I've worked in collaboration with organizations such as ICLEI Africa and the International Federation of Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Center, creating illustrations and cartoons that capture key points of discussion. This work involved an exceptionally fast turnaround time, as finished sketches were required within minutes of the conclusion of each panel discussion.

Work featured on Climate & Mind

Climate and Mind aims to explore how climate change impacts our thoughts, emotions, and behavior. We bring together resources and ideas from a range of disciplines (including social work, psychology, public health, education, anthropology, disaster mental health, and more) to help improve understanding and discussion about how humans cope with climate change and other ecological crises.

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Monoculture with Aimillin Hussein

This work was created in collaboration with Aimillin Nurul during our participation in Flute and Bowl under the University of Oxford's Ecology and Art society.

Monoculture explores the idea of monocultures as a metaphor to challenge predominant cultural homogeneity of environmental solutions as perceived by mainstream environmental movements. Our piece argues for the acknowledgement of environmental solutions outside of a principally technocratic adaptation and mitigation framework.

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Illustrations for the Anthroposphere

Anthroposphere: The Oxford Climate Review is an award-winning interdisciplinary print magazine founded at Oxford University and open to students from around the world. We cover climate change and the environment through the lenses of natural science, economics, policy, politics, literature, pop culture, and much more.