Between the Ice Ages: What We Make Disappears



Reflections on how temporary things are.


We're considering our time on this planet now -- a fragile era between Ice Ages -- as a thematic approach to what we're about in our media work -- film, fine arts, photos, mixed media ... but even this time, eons to us, is hardly a blink in a galactic or cosmic sense ... it nevertheless seems more accessible.


An area Wild Clearing is dedicated to this at the moment ... This 5-minute video is a film tone poem reflection on how what we do and make is temporary in a universe that changes, a solar system that will vanish. -- Wes Rehberg, Wild Clearing.



Even in thinking in terms specifically of Between the Ice Ages, it's clear that much of the work we've been up to has been developed with the sense of the same fragility ...
spurring some eco-activism, human-rights activism, social-justice activism ...

The work is produced by Eileen and Wes Rehberg;
Wes is doing the filming at the moment ... Eileen the art work ...
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