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Visionary Artist Elen Ture (vegan): Creating for Animal Liberation and the Planet, Part 2 of 2

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Visionary Artist Elen Ture (vegan): Creating for Animal Liberation and the Planet, Part 2 of 2

“I really put myself in the skin of an animal when I paint. It sometimes tears my heart apart. We find them a lot in mythology, the animals. But not necessarily to eat them. We actually idolized them. We represented them a lot. We really lost this, and I’m trying to recreate it through my paintings. They are protected by the Gods. Animals are cosmic beings. They are of all kinds, of all beauty. They are sublime. If God exists, if Allah exists, He made them beautiful. They are magnificent.” “The ‘Vegan’ canvas has been very successful on the internet, on YouTube, on social networks, because we see it being painted from beginning to end. Even people who are not vegan want to see the final result of the fresco, from a white canvas to the final result. So, it’s a message that works quite well. An Earth surrounded by free animals, it works very well.” “When you’re sensitive, whether to the animal, to nature, or to humans in general, in fact, you have this ability to create. If all artists did something for the animal cause, that would be great! The great thing is that with art, we don’t offend other people. By transmitting messages to them through paintings, music, dance, or something else, without realizing it, we’re transmitting small subliminal messages in the brain unintentionally, but without clashes, without accusations.” “We need to stop sticking to old habits. We need to change our behavior, our current consumption pattern. Even the brushes I currently have are synthetic brushes.” “What is needed is we shouldn’t touch the sea, wildlife, forests, for, I don’t know, 20 to 30 years. We don’t touch anything. Just to let life regenerate. The coming generation, they’ll have to pick themselves up. We need to make them aware of this cause.”
Perjalanan Melalui Alam Estetik
2020-07-24   376 Tontonan
Perjalanan Melalui Alam Estetik
2020-07-24

Visionary Artist Elen Ture (vegan): Creating for Animal Liberation and the Planet, Part 1 of 2

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Visionary Artist Elen Ture (vegan): Creating for Animal Liberation and the Planet, Part 1 of 2

Elen Ture is a self-taught painter from Anatolia of Western Asia and Turkey. Her commitment to animal liberation and environmental protection is evident in her inspiring artworks. Born in Paris, France, in 1977, Elen graduated from the Atelier des Peintres en Decors (Decorative Painters’ Workshop) in Montmartre and began her successful career as an artist in 2012. “I was a vegetarian when I was nine years old. I was convinced that eating an animal was just not right. For me, it wasn’t a ‘normal’ thing. I’m over 40, and I’m doing pretty well, I must say. I went totally vegan because when I saw what milk is about six years ago, notably with L214, I stopped right away.” “I have one of my frescoes called ‘The Forgotten Ones.’ I went to the Museum of Anthropology in Paris to make this famous fresco, which tells of the suffering of fish, because they are simply forgotten. You can’t see how they suffer. It takes them eight hours to die when out of water. We don’t kill them right away. It's terrible to see that man has come to this point – to the point of destroying all life forms on this Earth without any scruples, without any heart after all, and without respect for life itself. Now to paint, you must have this form of spirituality, in which you have to be free in your head, in your body, and in your stomach. We can’t eat just anything.” “I paint animals a lot, but differently; in fact, I sublimate them. I sublimate the animal! The animal has quite strong expressions, very close to the human, after all. If you add arms to a fish, it changes everything. We wouldn’t want to eat the fish.” “You have to have that vision, actually, to be able to paint, to understand that this suffering, the fish can’t express it. But maybe I, as a painter, I can show it to others and create this awareness.” “With art, I think that anyone who can paint can raise awareness amongst people about the animal cause in their own way.”
Perjalanan Melalui Alam Estetik
2020-07-17   407 Tontonan
Perjalanan Melalui Alam Estetik
2020-07-17

Telling "We Animals" Stories: Interview with Jo-Anne McArthur (vegan), Part 4 of 4

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Telling "We Animals" Stories: Interview with Jo-Anne McArthur (vegan), Part 4 of 4

For more than 20 years, We Animals has been dedicated to bringing into focus the animals in our human world. Now, in this historical time for animal advocacy, animal stories are no longer relegated to the sidelines. Instead, they are emerging as the lens through which to view some of the most pressing issues of our time. Never has it been more critical to tell their stories. “And never have we been able to do more to meet this challenge than in 2019. This year, We Animals became We Animals Media, a trailblazing multimedia agency dedicated to elevating animal photography and filmmaking. Our small but growing team has published in-depth features on the most important animal stories of our time, and has partnered with activists and media to bring these stories to a wider audience. What my work attempts to do is to reduce the amount of suffering worldwide by getting us to stop eating animals and reduce the number of animals suffering out there in the world. If you’re a supporter of We Animals Media, from the bottom of my heart, thank you. If you’re not, we would love to have you on board. The visibility of animal stories is one crucial piece of the puzzle when it comes to long-term achievements for animals, compassion, and justice. Together, we can continue to bring the stories of animals out of the shadows and into the spotlight.” To close our program, Jo-Anne McArthur shared a final message. “We can all use our own skills, whatever they may be, to make the world a better place. So, whether you’re interested in law, or policy, or art, if that’s your skill and if that’s what you love doing, employ that to help people, help animals, help the environment, because everything really is an emergency right now. And so we all need to be participating.” Thank you so much Jo-Anne McArthur, for graciously taking time out to be on our program, for all your noble work, and for inspiring so many people to become protectors and advocates for our much-loved animal friends. Supreme Master Ching Hai: “Applaud and present Jo-Anne McArthur with the Shining World Compassionate Photographer Award with a loving contribution of US$10,000 as a supportive gift for her noble work, in God's immense Love.”
Perjalanan Melalui Alam Estetik
2020-06-05   304 Tontonan
Perjalanan Melalui Alam Estetik
2020-06-05

Telling "We Animals" Stories: Interview with Jo-Anne McArthur (vegan), Part 3 of 4

00:14:51

Telling "We Animals" Stories: Interview with Jo-Anne McArthur (vegan), Part 3 of 4

“One of my main bits of advice for people who are photographing animals who want to show them or bring out the individual is to get down. Usually often, animals are smaller than us, so to get down and to get close and just to be patient and stay still and let them come to you and let them express their curiosity about you, and then you will be able to photograph something of that animal that is more about them and less about us looking down at them. What I really want to show is ‘we animals’ and how we are treating those animals. And so, it’s important to me to show the constructs that we have created in which we keep these animals. And so sometimes, the animal is not even really the subject of the photo – it’s everything that’s happening around that animal that we have done, that we have constructed.” “And I’ve also spent some time photographing at slaughterhouses recently. I’m just witnessing, I’m focusing on the individuals who are being slaughtered, and this is literally hell on Earth. I just can’t believe that we have created systems that work this way and that, not only do we slaughter beautiful living beings, but we do it in front of them, in front of all the others. It’s absolutely horrific, and it’s worldwide. It’s a complete lack of respect for all others, and it really is shocking. And that’s why, unfortunately, I have to keep getting up close to the slaughter so that we can all see that this is really how we’re doing it.”
Perjalanan Melalui Alam Estetik
2020-05-29   269 Tontonan
Perjalanan Melalui Alam Estetik
2020-05-29

Telling "We Animals" Stories: Interview with Jo-Anne McArthur (vegan), Part 2 of 4

00:15:41

Telling "We Animals" Stories: Interview with Jo-Anne McArthur (vegan), Part 2 of 4

“Then, there is a whole other category: the invisible animals, who we have a very close relationship with, and yet we fail to see them in our lives. We think of them as ‘our ribs’ or ‘wings,’ instead of the animal that they are. Or we think of them as a ‘fur trim’ instead of a fox or mink. These animals are completely invisible, and we use and abuse them worldwide every single day. And they aren’t represented anywhere; they’re invisible, we don’t see them in the media. And so, that became my mission: To illuminate the lives of these animals.” In 2013, Jo-Anne McArthur published her first book, “We Animals,” which was followed in 2017 by her second book entitled “Captive.” She has been awarded a range of commendations for her photography and activism, including the 2018 Wildlife Photographer of the Year, People’s Choice award. “For me, it was important to make a book specifically of this animal work to give it historical weight and significance, and not just to put the work out on social media.” “So, what we do with the images – and it’s not just me now, it’s several of us photographers and filmmakers – we put everything on the We Animals Archive. I think it’s the best thing we’ve ever done. There are about 12,000 video clips and photos of all sorts of industries in almost over 60 countries now, of our use and abuse, and sharing of space with animals. And the images are searchable by key word. And you get the high-res images for free. And again: it’s free.”
Perjalanan Melalui Alam Estetik
2020-05-22   479 Tontonan
Perjalanan Melalui Alam Estetik
2020-05-22

Telling "We Animals" Stories: Interview with Jo-Anne McArthur (vegan), Part 1 of 4

00:15:31

Telling "We Animals" Stories: Interview with Jo-Anne McArthur (vegan), Part 1 of 4

Jo-Anne McArthur, a Shining World Compassion Award Recipient, is a Canadian award-winning photojournalist, humane educator, animal rights activist, and author. “My name is Jo-Anne McArthur and I’m a photojournalist. I’m also the founder of the We Animals project, and that started over 15 years ago. It was me with a camera, going around the world, documenting our relationship with animals. But now, what it is, is We Animals Media. We are a small group of filmmakers, photographers, journalists telling the stories of animals worldwide.” “I thought it would be a really big deal to give up meat-eating. I thought it would be a big sacrifice, but what I learned is that it’s the opposite – it’s very freeing to live in line with my ideology, which is to not cause harm to anyone. And so eventually, when I became vegan, I felt quite freed. I think being vegan is a liberating way to live.” “What I find exciting about the camera is that it’s a tool for change. It shines light on all of these industries that are functioning behind walls, windowless walls. These are places that, for the most part around the world, we’re not allowed to see. Because if we were to see, people would not support that kind of cruelty.”
Perjalanan Melalui Alam Estetik
2020-05-15   507 Tontonan
Perjalanan Melalui Alam Estetik
2020-05-15
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