Nomadic Collective Research / Investigación Colectiva Nómade / Tierra del Fuego

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Icebergs in Svalbard
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On Art and Laws

Randi Nygård of Ensayo #4 has published an essay on the Norwegian platform Artica Writings that contemplates the connection between poetry and the law, specifically the Norwegian legal treatise that governs relationships between society and the marine resources. Artica Svalbard’s series Artica Writings aims to… Keep Reading

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Coastal Curriculum

Part of a slow process of weaving experiences, ideas and dreams in Narrm Melbourne this is an offering from Sarita Gálvez and Camila Marambio to the rest of the Coastal Curriculum pods (New York, Norway, Tierra del Fuego). First conceived of as a manifesto, today… Keep Reading

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The Trouble with Tourism

Kiko Anderson of Caleta Maria, at the terminus of the Pan-American Highway in Tierra del Fuego, asks us to consider this essay by Steven Hollenhorst et al. on appropriately-scaled tourism in remote and ecologically sensitive places: Finally, Steven Hollenhorst, the Dean of Huxley College, and… Keep Reading

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Admiralty Sound Expedition Report

In Tierra del Fuego, where the Atlantic meets the Pacific, land and sea are not so much interwoven as fractured—splintered and shattered. At the southern terminus of the Andes, it is as if the mountains are using the remainder of their geological force to dive… Keep Reading

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Trans América

By Christy Gast for the Miami Rail March 2016 On December 26 I set off for a trip mas allá del fin, beyond the end of the world, with the Ensayos research and residency program in Tierra del Fuego. There, the Andes shatter toward Antarctica,… Keep Reading

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