The Art of Solarpunks: acesonued

The Art of Solarpunks: acesonued

Since I first met Laura aka acesonued (pronounced: ah-key-so-noo-eed) at Zday 2015 in Brisbane, she has really embraced her own style. And that style has become more and more Solarpunk whenever I had the pleasure of checking it out. Or the other way around, acesonued...
Solarpunks interviewed: Gerson Lodi-Ribeiro

Solarpunks interviewed: Gerson Lodi-Ribeiro

Many thanks to the generosity of Abraham Martinez, editor of the digital weekly sci fi, horror and fantasy magazine “El Ojo de Uk”, for supplying this interview from a year ago! It seems a great time to publish it again as the Brazilian anthology...
Solarpunk in Zine Form: Check out  OBSOLETE!

Solarpunk in Zine Form: Check out OBSOLETE!

There are several awesome things about OBSOLETE! Press – especially, obviously, that their latest issue from February 2017 is on Solarpunk. I immensely enjoyed their About page, so I’ll just go ahead an quote a couple of t why the name OBSOLETE!? In...
The Art of Solarpunks: Marina DeBris

The Art of Solarpunks: Marina DeBris

There is plenty of art out there that could be “classified” as Solarpunk, but the genre is still so underground that not many identify with it (yet). So I will introduce some artists who I would love to label as Solarpunks, even though labels don’t...
Improv that Reclaims Public Space

Improv that Reclaims Public Space

One of the things Solarpunks like to do in their spare time is finding ways to enrich their own lives and those of others’. Doesn’t sound punk enough? Well, rethinking (and then actioning) where we gather to make any kind of art plays a role in system...