The Environmental Revolution project is an ongoing series of hand-crafted 3 x 5’ canvas flags. The ever-growing series recasts historic North American flags to highlight environmental battles being fought across the United States. The intention of the work is to urge communities to take a stand for collective land stewardship and a healthy ecological future.
Flag designs address issues of ecological distress, extinction (local and mass), public apathy, cultural resilience, community empowerment, wetland protection, growth of ecology-driven industry, hope for our environmental future, and more.
If interested in hosting the project at your exhibition/community space, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Environmental Revolution flags have been exhibited at the following venues:
Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. 2019
Sasaki Associates, Watertown, MA. 2019
Somerville Historic Museum, Somerville, MA. 2018
Urbano Project, Jamaica Plain, MA. 2018
Fisher Museum, Harvard Forest, Petersham, MA. 2017
Aviary Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA, 2016
Daly Projects, Jackson, WY, 2015
Teton ArtLab, Jackson, WY, 2015
Innovation and Design Building, Boston, MA. 2015
David Buckley Borden