The pieces in our 4th volume explore death and the pain of loss, opening spaces to recognize the experiences that make us so vulnerable in life. As metaphor and matter, and in personal and planetary scales, death traverses these stories to question the duality between being alive and dead, and to invite us to embrace the thin threshold in which we actually exist.
by Isa Rao
A contemplation on life, death and kindness
TASK OF GIANTS
With the biologist Washington Tapia
An interview about Galapagos, turtles and extinction.
THE ECOLOGY OF GRIEF
By Jennifer J. Wilhoit
Weaving Beauty into Death and Loss
by Carolina Bello May
A visual poem about the memory of a place and a traumatic loss.
ABOUT WATER, ABOUT DEATH
by Fernando Chaves Espinach
A commentary on Sky Hopinka’s first feature documentary
THE EYE THAT ARTICULATES BELONGS ON LAND
By Karen Kramer
An experimental journey across liquid thresholds.
A Mirrored Window
by Francisco Provedo
A direct look at death from a necessary distance
We are nature telling stories
Wimblu creates stories that reconnect ecology and culture in order to restore our sense of belonging and connection to our planet.