Expositions

Of the Land

September 7 - October 23, 2021 7:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The group exhibition Of the Land considers human connections to land. The artists address destructive human relationships with our surroundings and the way that colonial seizing of territory has disrupted relations with the land. They attend to the history and effervescent presence of smell of a tiny plant on the verge of disappearance. And they problematize notions of the garden as a universal secular retreat. Considering ecology beyond the natural, Of the Land proposes fond and caring ways of relating. It emphasizes that we—a “we” encompassing both a human and a fox—are not in the world, but are of the world.

Exhibited Artists

Carolina Caycedo
United Kingdom / United States
United Kingdom / United States
Nakas Tribe Hakö, Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea / Australia
Nakas Tribe Hakö, Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea / Australia
Ts̱ēmā Igharas
Tāłtān, Canada
Tāłtān, Canada
Kama La Mackerel
Mauritius / Canada
Mauritius / Canada
Erin Siddall
Canada
Canada
Miriam Simun
United States / United States + Portugal
United States / United States + Portugal
Eve Tagny
Canada
Canada