Attending the Canberra strike, amidst my recent anxiety and despair about the earth burning and everything dying, I was reminded that a whole of bunch of people care and are in this together. We feel that we are in a turning point in history, and that if we don’t do something now, our future will be unthinkable. In some ways, that is true.
Menstruation isn’t a breeze. How do we contend with the environmental impact of the methods we use to get through this time?
If you’ve caught sight of a cool gal rocking Frida Kahlo earrings or celebrating Australian wildlife on her lobes around the capital, you’ve no doubt witnessed the wonderful, wearable art of Mimir Soboslay Moore – founder, artist and brains behind Mimir Art. Armed with a passion for art, ethics, and environmentally friendly fashion, she’s truly a force to be reckoned with. We at Bossy sought to jump onto her positive wavelength with a look into the ways and workings of this local artistic wunderkind.
“A timeless Eden, a sphere at a rest.”
“Around the world women constitute the majority of the world’s poorest, with livelihoods more dependent on natural resources, and relatively larger social, economic and political barriers in their way.”
“Dry as a bone our Mother is these days, as she / Sits there, silent, slowly simmering away.”
“Overall, the documentary, whilst informative, did not have the impact the first film; it ended up being a film about Al Gore and his life.”
“There’s even more to shopping ethically: ideally, we’d not just be buying ethically produced goods, but less clothes altogether.”