Superflex, Flooded McDonald’s, 2009, film, 21 minutes (still)​, courtesy of the artists

Opening Reception

Olin Arts Center, Museum of Art
75 Russell Street
Lewiston, Maine04240
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Anthropocenic: Art About the Natural World in the Human Era

Amy Stacey Curtis: Time and Place

Anthropocenic is a topical and compelling group exhibition by 17 artists/collaboratives from Maine, throughout the US, and abroad, who make art about nature, the natural world, and our effect on and interrelation with it in the 21st century, in this epoch increasingly referred to as the Anthropocene. More on the exhibition

 

Time and Place focuses on Curtis’s drawings, which explore themes familiar to those who have experienced her many large scale installations in Maine mill buildings: order, chaos, and repetition, and her continued examination of interconnectedness. More on the exhibition

 

Image:
Superflex
Flooded McDonald’s, 2009
film, 21 minutes (still)​, courtesy of the artists