Go see this show; it’s tightly curated with some great artists.
Lots of work across different media are included. Personally, I think fauna realism has its day, but I loved:
The poetics of Sandra Osborne’s two works: a series of monogrammed spoons spelling out “the sea” and a mound of shells.
Aaron Hughes’ Tea Project is not a woo-woo social dialogue; rooted in experiences in Iraq and Guantanamo Bay it is urgent and grave.
Rob Carter’s stop-motion photographic animations—always a pleasure.
Laura Fischer’s inventive, tiny weavings on rocks and concrete. I loved looking at the disparate materials, sensibilities, and scales.
Curated by Brian Karl
Headlands Center for the Arts