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Drawing on a variety of approaches including performance, installation and photography, in-habit took a nuanced look at our relationship to the natural world, by questioning established norms and asking the audience to consider how our interconnectedness is shifting alongside rapid man-made climate change.

Using the earth as both material and subject for storytelling Hannah Perrine Mode’s Body Geology (Flow) a performance based work and Europa (Pouring in from Taurus), a series of cyanotypes made from ice water samples taken from the Juneau Icefield was on view.

Hannah Perrine Mode,  Europa (Pouring in from Taurus) , 2018

Hannah Perrine Mode, Europa (Pouring in from Taurus), 2018

Hannah Perrine Mode,  Body Geology (Flow),  2018

Hannah Perrine Mode, Body Geology (Flow), 2018

Hannah Perrine Mode,  Body Geology (Flow) , 2018

Hannah Perrine Mode, Body Geology (Flow), 2018

gaggle, the latest endurance based performance piece by Sandrine Schaefer exploring human infiltration and its role in the disruption of the migratory pattern of geese was also exhibited.

Sandrine Schaefer,  gaggle (reveal),  photo by Daniel S. DeLuca (2018)

Sandrine Schaefer, gaggle (reveal), photo by Daniel S. DeLuca (2018)

Sandrine Schaefer,  gaggle (conceal-vertical),  photo by Daniel S. DeLuca (2018)

Sandrine Schaefer, gaggle (conceal-vertical), photo by Daniel S. DeLuca (2018)

Sandrine Schaefer,  gaggle (in fog),  photo by Daniel S. DeLuca (2018)

Sandrine Schaefer, gaggle (in fog), photo by Daniel S. DeLuca (2018)

Interdisciplinary artist, Freedom Baird present the Human Nature Field Desk where visitors were encouraged to sit and ponder the origins of the human/nature divide, learn about the Human Nature Dictionary, and coin new words that reflect how humans are a part of nature, not separate from it.

 
 
Freedom Baird,  Human Nature Field Desk and Dictionary,  2016-present

Freedom Baird, Human Nature Field Desk and Dictionary, 2016-present


EXHIBITION Details

 

On View
March 7–April 7, 2019

Opening Reception
Friday, March 8, 2019 7–9PM

Lincoln Arts Project
289 Moody Street
Waltham, MA 02451