The Sick-Amour movie is screening online, through October 26, at the Vancouver Art Book Fair in the K. Verlag online booth. The screening is happening in connection to the upcoming release of the book, intercalations 5: Decapitated Economies. An essay I wrote about Sick-Amour is included in the book, which can be pre-ordered now from K. Verlag.
I’m filled with so many emotions, as I continue to grapple with the horror of the City chopping the Tree down. I first encountered the Tree in the middle of Rose Bowl Parking Lot K in Pasadena in 2005, and I will never forget it. I will always love it. It will always be a part of my family. Many thanks to all the Tree Baby parents and to everyone who helps keep the Tree’s memory alive! And many thanks to everyone who participates in the public memorial of the Tree by bringing a rock and placing it around where the Tree once lived.
Wonderful to see an image from Sick-Amour on the cover of the German philosophical journal Das Argument. The issue, “Wie Feministinnen Philosophie der Praxis nutzen können”, explores feminism and the philosophy of praxis, and I’m grateful to be a part of it.