Rachel takes us on a spiritual, existential journey with her photographs and paintings as she explores themes surrounding risk-taking, fate and chance; exposing how our own mentality determines our ultimate fate. Rachel speaks out about the global warming crisis, and the healing, grounding role of nature as it brings us back to ourselves. We also discuss her latest Photography project on portraits of Los Angeles psychics and modern mystics; emblematic of spiritual healing and guiding others.
In Hannah Buchanan's landscape paintings, she explores the ever-changing nature of the environment. Hannah seeks to portray the tranquility of a landscape with the absence of human interference to highlight our role within climate change; encouraging the viewer to think about their responsibility in keeping the climate stable. Her work explores Biocentrism, the idea that everything and everyone holds equal importance on the earth. Hannah shares some of the biggest lessons that have shaped her practise.
Australian author Alice Bishop shares with us her experiences from the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires in her beautifully written debut book ‘A Constant Hum’. The book casts an honest light on the epidemic of global warming and seeks to challenge the gender stereotypes of ‘heroism’ following the aftermath of a natural disaster. Alice shares with us some of her favourite authors and how writing about something that is important to you is key!