In this episode of the Podcast, we take you on a journey through a holy beacon of hope, known as the Articulate project space located on Parramatta Road in Leichhardt.
Sitting over a cuppa join us as we chat to the artist, Rox De Luca and writer and researcher, Rebecca Prince-Ruiz about creating sustainable pathways, preventing plastic wastefulness and discussing Rox’s own exhibition at the time, ‘Gleaning for Plastics, Defying Wastefulness’.
To find out more about Rox De Luca and her art, click here. To find out more about Rebecca Prince-Ruiz and her foundation ‘Plastic Free July’, click here.
I would like to thank both Rox and Rebecca for sitting down and sharing your wealth of knowledge with us and being incredibly generous with your time. I also want to thank Kim Williams as well for facilitating this dialogue and arranging the meeting, it was a huge eye-opener for both of the Sisters. Thank you to Lucas Ihlein and Kim Williams also, for assisting me throughout this entire process.
Image captured: Rox De Luca’s installation, credit Meryn Martin, 2020
Nigh yiggun Juundaal aka Sister GlitterNullius. Ngay garni yugen Bundjalung, Kannakan. Nigh Jihanny biyanny yugen Dharawal. Thankyou Kim and Lucas for the opportunity to learn here.
Come in, come in…Come with me, sit… sit child and tell me your troubles… tell me your plastic worries… Let me ask you something When is a footprint more than an impression on the sand? Tell me your impressions…?
The Sisters of Perpetual Plastix understand the dilemma and are able to empathise with you. We understand your apparent addiction to plastic versus the earth’s fight to exist. The Sisters are able to explore our intimate feelings of guilt, apathy, anger and intersect these with the nun’s sense of fun. The Sisiers offer, empathy, soothing comfort, humour and a little sting. For your plastic sins, we offer absolution (BYO container), healing ways and solution-based penances are also available, peppered with a hint of sarcasm and irony.
Come one, come all, come all saints and sinners to confess and be blessed! Until next time!
Today’s stats reveal that Australia currently has 6,713 confirmed cases of COVID-19, half of those in NSW alone. Worldwide we’re bordering on hitting 3 million positive cases, with over 206,000 deaths total, and sadly it just keeps growing.
It’s in times like these that we often doubt our sources of spirituality. Why me and my family? Why am I suffering despite being a strong person of faith?