WILD BORN PROJECT
EXPLORE REVITALIZE NURTURE
Wild Born, an intimate and ethnographic project that explores and documents the traditional and ecological knowledge of indigenous women around the world throughout the many phases of motherhood: from pregnancy, birth, and the weeks following birth (postpartum), to right-of-passage rituals for young girls, as well as the way these women are experiencing cultural and climate changes. Wild Born aims to contribute to the revitalisation of indigenous knowledge in the present day, with the goal of ensuring that the knowledge of women in these communities will continue to be valued and can be passed down from grandmothers, to mothers, to daughters, and to the generations to come. Through film, photography, and media engagements, Wild Born is contributing to cultural revitalisation, and raising awareness of the imperative issues facing these indigenous communities and mothers everywhere today.
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