Talking Wings collaborates with environmental storytellers from around the world to create ECOCENTRIC and healing tapestries of resistance. Their films and works of art are an invitation and a rallying call. Through stories and actions, they nurture a renewed consciousness for Land and Water, their inhabitants, and the rights (rites) of all.
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Talking Wings is primarily comprised of the artist and activist couple, Blake Lavia & Tzintzun Aguilar-Izzo, acting from a settler community in traditional Haudenosaunee territory, specifically the territory of the Kanien’keha:ka (Mohawk) Nation. Blake and Tzintzun are currently collaborating with communities across what is now known as New York's North Country. The duo is the core team behind the North Country Rights of Nature Symposium, Confluence: A Tapestry of Rivers and their Guardians, the Listening to Water Symposium, and much more.
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Unless otherwise noted, the content has been created by Blake Lavia and Tzintzun Aguilar-Izzo.