About this Event
Collective Interventions: On Past, Present and Future Topographics is an exhibition highlighting underrepresented narratives using works across multiple mediums. The exhibition is a collaborative curatorial project devised by School of Art students meant to develop forms of pedagogical activism.
The artists come from many backgrounds and the curators see this collection of perspectives as giving vital voices autonomy over the historical, present, and future depiction of landscape. The exhibtion is shaped by the convergence of intersectional perspectives on landscape -social, physical, and historical.
As audiences move through the gallery, the collective work introduces the themes of ownership, accessibility, and adaptability in concerns to these various perspectives of landscape. Collective Interventions represents these Aforementioned themes in concept, form, and color so that the viewer and color may break down boundaries and preconceived notions of landscape to arrive at new understandings.
Zora J Murff
Ariel Rene Jackson
Crystal Z. Campbell
All are invited to the opening reception Friday, September 17 from 5 to 7:30 p.m.