Jun 29, 2020
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Tilke Elkins is a multi-media social practice artist, and founder of Wild Pigment Project, an organization that promotes ecological balance and regenerative economies through a passion for wild pigments, their places of origin, and their cultural histories.
In this podcast episode, Tilke sheds light on how synthetic pigments came to dominate the industry of color; how working with place-based, wild-harvested pigments transforms our perceptions of color as consumers, creatives, or as artists; and more.
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