Tang Live: An Evening with Ecosexuals Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle

Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle holding each other and a large globe in front of their upper bodies.
Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle, photo by Julian Cash

Join us Thursday, August 13, at 7:00 PM, for this week’s Tang Live, a Skidmore student takeover event on the Tang’s Instagram. Caroline Coxe ’20, the 2019-2020 Eleanor Linder Winter ’43 Intern at the Tang, will host Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle for a dialogue about what ecosexuality means to them and to discuss Coxe’s exhibition, Lover Earth: Art and Ecosexuality.

Tune in via Instagram Live!

About the Participants

Stephens and Sprinkle are founders of the “ecosex movement,” and have officially added the E (for ecosexual) to GLBTQII-E in 2015. Their award winning documentary film, Goodbye Gauley Mountain: An Ecosexual Love Story. has been screened internationally and can be viewed on Itunes. Currently their documentary film, Water Makes Us Wet, is on amazon.com. Sprinkle and Stephens are married to the Earth, Sky, Sea, Soil and many other nature entities. They performed in the Venice Biennial in 2009 and were official Documenta 14 artists in 2016/17. They have a new book coming out in 2020 with University of Minnesota Press. After living together and collaborating for eighteen years, they are still happy campers and blazing more new trails. 

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