I use artistic practice as part of my research to engage with ideas and concepts that either cannot be, or are not best engaged, through the medium of writing and speaking. The art that features in the header of Worldly emerges from three recent experiments in artistic practice: “Spiked! Indigenous Resistance to the Anthropocene” (with Zoe Todd, inaugurated at the Landbody Conference at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, May 2015); ‘Eco-fragments’ (a work in progress); ‘Anthropocene Globes’, an installation of photographs and sculptures exhibited at the (Im)mortality and (In)finitude in the Anthropocene Symposium in Stockholm, Sweden in December 2014; and ‘Gyre’, an installation exhibited at the University of Queensland in April 2014. Please note that these images are part of ongoing research projects and, as such, all rights are reserved. If you are interested in using or reproducing these images, please contact me.