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In Death Is Life  was commissioned by environmental and humanitarian online streaming platform Waterbear


Frankie Turk is an artist, activist and academic, working to develop the kinds of care, community and imagination needed to tackle the interwoven issues of today. She is a founding member of RE-PEAT and a MSc International Land and Water Management student at Wageningen


Frankie is inspired by how peatland ecosystems give life in unexpected ways. Through holding plants in a state of semi-decomposition under the ground, they also support life above ground.


RE-PEAT is a youth-led collective established in 2020, with the mission is to support the emergence of transformative narratives around people and peatlands. They have campaigned against peat extraction for horticulture (Peatland Justice), organised youth nature restoration activities (Restoration Academy), hosted international gatherings and networking events (Peat-Fest), and created engaging learning materials and content (Bog Academy).

In Death is Life

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    The film was commissioned by Waterbear and is available to view on their platform

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