Landscapes are a physical history of events that shaped them. In this exhibition, Geoffrey Agrons, Diane Burko, Brooke Lanier, Jennifer Manzella, and Ekaterina Popova raise questions about what events transpired that shape our current environment. The poetically unpopulated vistas in this exhibition subtly imply the lingering unintentional effects that humans have had on our planet in the wake of industrialization. Rather than being overly clinical or didactic, these images function as personal experiences of global phenomena.
Artist Talk: Tuesday, May 15, at 5pm, with Diane Burko, Jennifer Manzella, and Geoffrey Agrons. Please arrive promptly for your best chance to meet all of the artists!