Pocket Biospheres for Adoption featured in “This Land” exhibition through September.

SU Art Galleries

July 19 – September 20, 2013
University Gallery & Downtown Campus

Opening Reception: Friday, July 19, Downtown Campus

Performance: Khristian WeeksThird Friday, August 16, 8pm, Downtown Campus
Somewhere between installation art and performance, Khristian Weeks manipulates light and sound to transform environments.

Panel Discussion: “Land, Landscapes and Earthly Visions: A Scholarly and Artistic Interchange”, September 4, 7-9 pm, Fulton Hall 111

Performance: Tatsuya NakataniThursday, September 19, 8pm, Downtown Campus
Experimental percussionist performs inorganic, industrial-like noises juxtaposed in the same breath as organic and lush nature-like sounds.

Closing Reception: Friday, September 20, University Gallery & Downtown Campus

This show’s title playfully adopts the lyrics to the beloved Woody Guthrie song, “This land was made for you and me.” This response to God Bless America presents an assumption about America’s natural landscape, primarily that it is made for man and in turn meant to be made by man through altering ecosystems…

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