Beth Stephens (filmmaker, artist, and professor in the Art Department at the University of California, Santa Cruz) and Annie Sprinkle (internationally known multi-media artist, and one of the pivotal players in the 80s “sex positive feminist movement) have collaborated since 2002. They are founders of the “ecosex movement”, where they aim to make the environmental movement more sexy, fun and diverse through film, art, performance and writing. They were official documenta 14 artists (2016-17) where they premièred their film Water Makes Us Wet, had a visual art exhibit, and performed several Ecosex Walking Tours. They were named 2019 Eureka Fellows. You can watch their collaborative work on loveartlab.org, sexecology.org and their solo works in elizabethstephens.org and anniesprinkle.org. Their book Assuming the Ecosexual Position: Earth as Lover is available for pre-order from the University of Minnesota Press.
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