To Feb 9 Jill Ho-You: Inversion engages with the anxiety, fear, and speculation about the future of the planet by imagining the world if the Anthropocene reaches its predicted negative climax of uninhabitable climate change, shrinking biodiversity, and unsustainable development. Imagining what remains after the projected extinction of humanity, the work explores the idea of systemic failure by examining the relationship between the biologic, environmental, and man-made. Blurring the lines between the human body, the natural and the manufactured landscapes, the exhibition traces a speculative history of the Earth from creation to destruction, questioning and emphasizing the role of human industry through the conspicuous absence of people.
Feb 22-Mar 23 Thomas Kneubühler: Landing Sites. Opening Reception: Feb 22, 8pm.