Multimedia Journalist Devi Lockwood- 1,001 Stories on Water & Climate Change
In January 2018 Devi came to Seattle to share with Karin the stories she has collected from around the world. They moved together, walked Carkeek Park, and listened to over 5 hours from 1,001 Stories on Water and Climate Change. During their week together they also conducted interviews with local scientists, policy influencers, a tribal leader, a researcher-composer, an environmental activist-dancer, to name a few.
In December 2019 Karin and composers Kaley and Jessi began combing through the stories to weave together a unique sound creation with voices from Seattle interviews for 1,001 Stories on Water and Climate Change, a recorded original score, and electronics.
Visit the new 1,001 Interactive Map and hear the full Seattle Interviewees:
Cecilia Bitz, UW Professor of Atmospheric Sciences and Director of Program on Climate Change
Gerald Erikson, Marine Biologist
Dargan Frierson, UW Associate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences
Jasmmine Ramgotra, recent UW undergraduate in Environmental Studies and Dance
Nives Dolsak, UW Professor and Associate Director, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs
Lisa Hayward Watts, Project Lead on Story Map of Climate Change
Mary Oak, Author, Educator and Writing Guide
Jennifer Atkinson, Senior Lecturer, Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences Associate Director of the Pre-Major Program and Discovery Core UW Bothell
Devi Lockwood is a multimedia journalist / writer / explorer traveling the world to document 1,001 human voices on water & climate change. She is a current student at the Graduate Program in Science Writing at MIT. As a recipient of a National Geographic Society Early Career Explorers Grant, she photographed and recorded audio stories with ArtCirq, an Inuit Arctic performance collective in Igloolik, Nunavut in July 2018. Devi's journey began with the September 21, 2014 People's Climate March in NYC. To date she has recorded 850+ interviews about water and climate change in 19 countries on five continents. She traveled for two years by bicycle, self-supported. Devi is working with Samia Bouzid and Anna Chung to create a map on a website where you can click on a point and listen to a water / climate change story from that place. The map will launch on Earth Day 2019. You can read her writing in The New York Times, The Guardian, Slate, The Washington Post, Bicycling Magazine, Yale Climate Connections, and elsewhere.