Susan Anderson

Artist deeply concerned about a broad failure in communication about the dangers of expanding consumption and exploitation on a finite planet. We are complicit in a media universe that is increasingly detached from reality.

Recent Articles

In Praise of Small Pleasures

My heart was stirred by some fine writing by Paul Salopek, new to me despite his two Pulitzers.  It approaches a problem I’ve been interested in emphasizing, about our impaired ability to imagine other ways of being not based on consumption and growth.  It’s unrelated but interesting that he was jailed in Darfur as a spy for three months in 2006 and has done some remarkable reporting.   [more]