RAÍCES DE SOBERANÍA
The first edition of the Raíces de Soberanía Zine combined analog photography with audio recordings of conversations, interviews and walking tours of various farms around the island of Puerto Rico ︎︎︎
n exploration of ‘our relationship and interactions with nature’, ten disposable cameras took to the streets, hills and ocean by El Astillero ︎︎︎
Emerging out of the COVID-19 pandemic and the effect it has had on the rural food system in the Netherlands surrounding Wageningen ︎︎︎
Using a participatory approach, this research seeks tounravel small-holder farmers’ embedded understanding of their territory and thesocio-ecological processes that have shaped, shape, and will shape, the past, present, andfuture of the Italian Landscape.
With Shcola Campesina and other farming networks, we visited Turkey for a week long workshop and exploration of knowledge sharing and peasant movements︎︎︎