How can we enter into greater reciprocity with the world, each other and non-human beings?
Remnants is a body of work created for exhibition at Visarts Center, MD. The exhibition assembles cracking mud from Vermont and Pennsylvania, 400 lbs of water from the Delaware Estuary, Icelandic winter light, a Pencil Pusher, and music by Patsy Kline into sculpture, video, projection, and framed artwork. These elements merge into larger themes relating to complicity, absurdity, the myth of progress, cycle, silence, spirituality, and climate change.
As a contribution to a greater, collective conversation, the work arrives through questions— how do we enter into greater reciprocity with the world, each other and non-human beings? How do we facilitate practices that un-sever and reimagine a future based on thrivability?”
Included in Remnants: Sisyphus Wears a Tie, Hyperobject, Blue Sunrise, Eikos Mythos
– click the images below to explore the individual work in the installation –