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Visual Art and activism have always shared a very close relationship because of the ability of the visual medium to simplify and expose complex sociopolitical atrocities that often lie hidden beneath the surface of society. Like several other social issues, the use and treatment of animals has been covered in several creative ways by a number of talented artists/activists that are attracting mainstream attention and stirring up controversy. Here’s the first installment in our series featuring several news-making animal rights artivists.
If you haven’t seen the Oscar-winning 2009 documentary, The Cove by now, you should. Animal Planet recently premiered a new mini-series called “Blood Dolphins”, which follows Ric O’Barry’s efforts to protect dolphins around the world. This new mini-series, (much like the original documentary) is leading to worldwide pressure, outrage and protests around the killing of dolphins