The Future is History
January 27 - March 2
Informed by science, current events, and philosophy, The Future is History explores experimental processes of image-making and aims to create a dialog about ecological disasters, mediation of the technological lens, and their impact on our environment. Included in the exhibition are excerpts of The Disaster Archive, Horizons, Uncanny Territory, Archeology of Ruin, and Terra Incognita. These works are inspired by the term Anthropocene, which describes our current geological age, where human activity is the dominant influence on the environment and how we are creating the geology of the future.
Gallery Hours | Thursday – Saturday 12 – 5 pm and by appointment
Artist Reception | Friday, February 7th from 6 – 9 pm