In Questions For a Dinosaur I seek to articulate a language through which we can talk about our feelings around climate change. It seems to me that during this early transition into a new, more destabilized climate, it is difficult for many of us to talk productively about, or process, the interior experience of an unseasonably warm day. And so Iā€™m asking questions: What does it feel to witness our climate change around us? What are we afraid of? How can we begin to build psychological resilience as the weather gets stranger and scarier? And how can we build a public vocabulary for talking about these changes?

1 MINUTE CLIP of Questions For a Dinosaur, 9 minutes, HDV, color and sound, 2017

cinematography by Jordan Levie
with much help from Kimberlee Venable
developed during my three-month residency at NARS International Residency Program

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Excited that The Aquifier: The Florida Review Online is publishing Questions for a Dinosaur in their April Issue. You can view the full film in their magazine here: