Through works on paper, artist’s books, historical images, photographs and words, Krupp shares the first outputs of Northland, a two-year project anchored by a series of visual arts residencies in the Arctic. Her images and words evoke the atmosphere, emotion and mystery of a fragile and “unseen” landscape.
“Through Northland I am exploring ideas about things that are obscured by the limits of our perception, experience or understanding; things that we “know” but which remain, for us, unseen… What we see, what we don’t see, what we imagine, what we know and what we believe shape the reality we live. This exhibition explores the role of the visual in our lives.”
Join Andrea Krupp at Twenty- Two Gallery for the closing reception, Sunday, June 3, from 2-4pm.