For more than ten years, artist Marie Lorenz has been creating a work of art called the Tide and Current Taxi. For this project, Lorenz transports one to four passengers along the myriad waterways of New York City (and occasionally other destinations) in a small boat made by the artist.
"The river gave this town its life. Now it has torn the community apart." The impacts of Hurricane Matthew on river communities in the Carolinas will be felt for weeks, if not longer.
Department of Justice, Department of Interior, Army Corps of Engineers halt Dakota Access Pipeline, call for reexamination of tribal consultation processes. More background on #NoDAPL at nytimes.com or via your preferred search.
The Natural Capital Project, a collaboration between academia and international conservation nonprofits, has devised five economic strategies that rebuild soil, reduce the Gulf of Mexico "Dead Zone."
A constant flow of watery images streams through our newsfeeds almost daily. Videos, infographics, animations, flow charts, and various other forms of visual communication tell us that water is either in excess or retreat, revealing that we have too much or too little.
Open Rivers guest editors Nenette Luarca-Shoaf and Laura Turner Igoe contacted Gwen Westerman, professor, visual artist, and an enrolled member of the Sisseton Wahpeton Dakota Oyate.