Our garden—the self-sustaining environment, was lost. RatKind’s garden exists beyond our inevitable ecological collapse: a future of Boschian delights where all intelligences, animal and vegetable, exist together, naked, accepted, nurtured and nurturing, hopeful. Rats adapt with us: show empathy, cruelty, affection and addiction. We loath them as our stygian mirror. Can we see beyond the face of a thing to the heart of a being? Can we take back the garden?
an inventory of moons entangles lunar, anthropic, and earthly geologies to create a de-centered experience of place, considering the universe as a series of integrated sedimentary layers. Installation, image, and sound invoke the moon as an errant satellite, a harbinger of dystopia, and a catalyst for erosion. The exhibition looks both beneath and beyond the surface of the earth in order to explore a new perception of place and our role within it.
Wednesdays, Before Piano. is a video and sound installation that looks at the ways one individuals’ memories can become collective, inherited truths over the passage of time, such as generations. The installation is comprised of several performative gestures that were developed over a series of weekends the artist spent with her grandmother.