The birds on Midway are like messengers, the canary in the coal mine. When the canary dies, the miners don’t run over and try to save the canary— they receive the message that bird just gave its life delivering, and then act quickly to save themselves. That approach resonates with me because it doesn’t view the birds as helpless victims that we passively observe; it places a duty on us to receive their message, and be changed by it (or not).Read the full interview here.
Thursday, June 14, 2012
Chris Jordan was recently interviewed by Outside Online about the Midway Journey, the upcoming film Midway, and the current Kickstarter project.
Posted by cj at 11:53 AM