S1.E5 | Rivers
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Co-hosts: Maren Loveland and Tori Hoover
In this episode, we delve into the fascinating world of rivers as we talk to artist Carolina Caycedo, whose work contemplates human and river relationships by breaking down boundaries between activism and artmaking. Additionally, we discuss the destructive effects of damming with geomorphologist Frank Magilligan (Dartmouth), before further discussing Caycedo’s works with curator Carla Acevedo-Yates and art historian Lisa Blackmore.
Please visit Carolina Caycedo’s website for more information about her and her work:
Learn more about Lisa Blackmore’s project Entre Ríos, a collective working to learn more about the relationships between humans and bodies of water:
Watch Carla Acavedo-Yate’s full exhibition talk here:
Carolina Caycedo: From the Bottom of the River | MCA Chicago Exhibition Tour
LEFT: The Columbia River near The Dalles Dam. Former site of Celilo Falls, a tribal fishing area flooded by the dam construction in 1957.
RIGHT: The Columbia River with The Dalles Dam in the background and Indigenous salmon fishing platforms in the front.