- 128 pages
- 24cm x 17cm
- London, 2020
Where the Leaves Fall explores the relationship between people and nature. Global stories are told by people living locally. Its exploration of humankind’s push-pull connection with nature continues with a beautifully crafted second issue.
In this issue:
- Artist Ana Mendieta celebrates her own mortality in her work, exploring the cycle of life and death and our connection with nature
- An exploration of how US environmentalists are challenging the societal conventions around death with the aim of ‘greening’ the system
- A study of endangered flora in Kyrgyzstan, and the way seeds are used to communicate with ancestors in Zimbabwe