Sep 01, 2015 -
Dec 17, 2015
Yeon Ji Yoo, “Exodus 1”, 2011, paper mache, wood, bottles, thread, plastic fauna, garbage bags, ink, glue, 52”x15”x38”, courtesy of the artist.
September 1 – December 17, 2015
Plants are the foundation on which most visible life on the planet exists. They are under stress, with diminishing natural environments and the very real possibility that many plants may become extinct even before humans are aware of their existence. This exhibition will explore the nature of plants and how humans interact with them, from the forest to the home.
Includes the work of Thea Clark, John Edmark, Dana Fritz, Jim Jacobs, Ming-Jer Kuo, Jessica Lagunas, Sam Metcalf, Lina Puerta, Lindsay M. Robbins, Linda Stillman, Adam Swart, Yeon Ji Yoo, and Rachel Yurkovich.
This exhibition is accompanied by a catalog with contributions by Anonda Bell, Caren King Choi, Peter J. Cohen, Naomi Sachs, and Peter Singer.