For this exhibit Confluence Gallery curators Salyna Gracie and Mare Nemeth invited artists to take a deeper look at how humans invent, design, and engineer structures and systems that alter the natural world around us. The beautiful and the ugly.
How do we rearrange the earth to fulfill our human needs? Do we choose to work with or against the natural world? How do we fence out or defend against the threats, real or perceived, of nature. How can we take up space in harmony with the earth? Is it even possible?
(SITE-38 by Nick Gadbois)
Also showing in the Loovre: Personal Geographies, an Independent Learning Center student Collage Exhibit.
DATE: July 18–Aug 22; Opening Reception July 18, 4-8pm. CONTACT: Confluence Gallery, 509.997.ARTS firstname.lastname@example.org. LOCATION: Confluence Gallery & Art Center, 104 North Glover Street, Twisp, WA.