Show #42 Inclusionism with Artist Keiko Sono on Andrew Yang's run


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Feb 17 2020 49 mins  
JFK sits down with Keiko Sono to talk about how it felt to be an Asian American and witness Andrew yang's campaign. Keiko Sono, an artist, turned permaculturist and universal basic income supporter. Keiko's work has "one fundamental goal: to connect us to the world—to other beings, the natural environment, or objects; in present, past or future; in absurdity, wit, or utter beauty." She uses visual media, video, and text to create events and projects that focus on connections. She and I get to speak about why she left art and how she fell back in love with it, the work that she’s currently doing to connect people to people and people to place, how permaculture principles now shape her life and something she's very passionate about, universal basic income. You can find all the details on her Catskill Waters Project including links to the Youtube channel and podcast here, https://catskillwaters.org/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/inclusionism/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/inclusionism/support