Introduction

Introduction

Dwelling: People and Place

Dwelling: People and Place

September 2019 – April 2020

The term Dwelling implies notions of shelter and structure, an interface of humanity and the natural world. This term also suggests a sense of time and contemplation, perhaps this comes from the time one would have to think in sheltering from a storm or other environmental factors.

This exhibit explores figures and structures, how each of these affects and alters the other. A single individual or group of figures, or lack thereof, alters a space/structure and in exchange the space/structure has an effect on these bodies. The traces and evidence created by the relationship of habitation become the objects of interest and inquiry for artistic analysis.