Nov 08, 2021 | 07:00 PM
As quarters became closer and social connections dissolved, artists looked outward to forge new relationships with their local environments, both urban and wild alike. Boats that disappear in a torus of mist, the geometry of dissolution and demolition, bird song and the built environment, a meditation on light, 1000 different ducks, a calendar and a calendar of urine jars. This year’s selections reflect an ecological aesthetic theory that weighs our inherent love of nature against the tension of human progress to celebrate its tenuous balance in art.
Curated by Kate MacDonald and Esther Rausenberg