Voice of nature is an Environmental Justice Kinstitute, based on long-term investigations dedicated to environmental crimes, ecocide and the possibilities of proposing environmental justice through artistic, juridical, ritualistic and restorative justice practices to find a collective language between humans and other then humans, focused on inter-being, intersectionality and restoration
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Maria Lucia Cruz Correia

Correia's artistic work speaks her deep engagement for environmental crises and climate change. She reacts to the ecological crimes of our times by bringing audiences into a participatory environments that connects the artistic with the voices of scientists, activists and lawyers. Correia provides a profoundly embodied ecological practice that at the same time moves away from a humanistic species- centred perspective, and starts from the idea of
 a complex ecological community, incorporating humans and non-humans, as a reality in which the visitor-spectator is profoundly connected to a ‘more-than-human-world. Most of her projects are participatory articulations as temporary and autonomous platforms, creating moments of disruption and harmony between seemingly disparate bodies of knowledge, resilience, value systems and restoration.