This conversation on Buddhism and Ecology addresses the notions of wild and rewilding from both internal and external perspectives; how can wildness be understood in
This conversation on Buddhism and Ecology addresses the notions of wild and rewilding from both internal and external perspectives; how can wildness be understood in relation to contemplative practice, as cultivation of the wilderness around us and a felt sense of the wild in ourselves? The conversation draws from the work of Gary Snyder, an award-winning writer, environmentalist, and Buddhist practitioner, and by using visual prompts from Kaisu’s environmental art.
Dr. Kaisu Koski is a cross-disciplinary artist with a background in performance, film, and biological materials. She collaborates with scientists, clinicians, and engineers, focusing on the climate crisis, multispecies relationships, and the art-science methodology. Kaisu is an Associate Professor of Art and Design at Lab4Living at Sheffield Hallam University in the UK.
This is a special edition of First Sunday, participation links will be available here: https://www.dawnmountain.org/upcoming-live-webcasts-2/
(Sunday) 10:30 am - 12:00 pm(GMT-06:00)View in my time