On today’s episode, Alexandra speaks with Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens, who have been collaborators for 18 years and are founders of the “ecosex movement” where they aim to make the environmental movement more sexy, fun and diverse through art projects. They were official Documenta 14 artists (2017) where they premiered their film, “Water Makes Us Wet”, had a visual art exhibit, and gave Ecosex Walking Tours. They were named 2019 Eureka Fellows. Currently they’re completing a book about their work, “Assuming the Ecosexual Position” for University of Minnesota Press.
In this episode, you’ll discover:
The many definitions of ecosexual and how both sex and eco sex is a spiritual act and way of being.How anyone can be an ecosexual, exclusively or in addition to any other sexualities you may identify with.Ideas and examples on approaching life through art and how to become a life artist.Beth and Annie’s wedding series of marrying the Earth and how ritual can be full of laughter and play, while still holding reverence for the depth of the ceremony.And much more!
Read Assuming the Ecosexual Position: The Earth as Lover book - order at University of Minnesota Press or on Amazon
Discover Annie and Beth’s body of work - sprinklestephens.org / sexecology.org