Images from Edgewise
‘Home’, a painting
Rachel Long's painting 'Home' celebrates the connection between Earth and Spirit.
Why myth is more important than ever – interview with Manda Scott
Writer, teacher and activist Manda Scott talks to Edgewise about myths, gods and stories in this time of planetary emergency.
‘Sir Gawain and the Green Knight’ re-imagined in response to Exmoor
What can transversing the land on foot and horseback while re-imagining a 14th-century knight's tale tell us about our relationship to the land today? Sara Hudston's series of images were taken in Horner Woods in Somerset
In text and images Anja Byg explores the challenges, joys and paradoxes inherent in our relations with human and non-human others.
‘Maps of the Imagination’
Those who make maps usually try to convince us that maps are neutral and objective representations of physical terrain. However, maps are selective as well as imaginative in that they create and superimpose meanings; they include particular aspects and exclude others, thereby telling us what is important and […]
‘The Virtual Museum of Lost & Found’
Found and lost things are everywhere, but what is this process of losing and finding and whose perspective defines what is lost and found? Anja Byg ponders these things on a journey through the woods and beyond.
‘Into the Gloaming’
Join Kristen Butera as twilight falls on the mountain. She meanders through the edges of the forest during the in-between time, opening up unexpected communication with the plant spirits.