On January 5th, Phil, with the DC Solidarity Brigade, projected images on to the Museum of the American Indian, and the Department of the Interior. A mix of digital and GOBO projections, the action was in solidarity with frontline indigenous communities who are working to protect arctic lands from drilling.
The Bristol Bay Watershed is a natural system that is responsible for more than half the wild salmon caught every year. These waters and the life systems that are sustained by them are under threat by artic drilling, namely the massive Pebble Mine that executives hoped to extract from for the next 180 years. To read more about the impacts of this drilling and the indigenous communities who fought to protect this area click here!