Deering Contemporary: Interlocking Dimensions Eco-Art at Deering Estate

: "Deering Contemporary: Interlocking Dimensions Eco-Art" at the Deering Estate offers a multifaceted examination of the ties that bind human society to the natural world.

Deering Contemporary: Interlocking Dimensions Eco-Art at Deering Estate

Now - March 24, 2024
From: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Deering Estate presents an insightful exhibition titled "Interlocking Dimensions: Eco-Art," focusing on the profound connections between humanity and the natural environment. This exhibition transcends traditional environmentalist views to explore the deeper emotional and social interactions we share with the living world around us. Through the works of various artists, attendees are invited to reflect on how we perceive, interact with, and impact our natural surroundings, and how these interactions, in turn, shape our emotions, identities, and societal roles.

Featured artists including Andres Cabrera-Garcia, Annie Blazejack and Geddes Levenson with Laura Marsh, Barron Sherer, Briana Ortiz, Giannina Dwin with Susana Behar and Jorge Gonzalez-Graupera, Gretchen Scharnagl, Jeanne Jaffe, Lili(ana), Meg Wallace, Pangea Kali Virga, Tony Fernandez, and Tori Scott, contribute their unique perspectives and artistic approaches to this exploration. Their works collectively argue for eco-art as a vital means of self-discovery, promoting harmony with our environment, and fostering a sense of belonging in the world.

"Interlocking Dimensions: Eco-Art" not only showcases art but also acts as a catalyst for discussions, workshops, and programs designed to engage the public in a dialogue about our role in the ecosystem. This exhibition is a testament to the artists' ongoing commitment to keeping environmental awareness and connectivity at the forefront of societal consciousness. Through immersive and educational art, the exhibition aims to inspire attendees to reconsider their relationship with the natural world and explore the interlocking dimensions of life that bind us all.