Friday Apr 20, 2018
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This exhibition features work created in response to ongoing oil and gas extraction in the Greater Chaco Region from several contributing artists.
Who are these invisible clouds
April 20, 2018
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Santa Fe Art Institute
1600 St Michaels Dr
Santa Fe, NM 87505
This exhibition features work created in response to ongoing oil and gas extraction in the Greater Chaco Region and site-specific experiences shared among Daniel Tso, Sunny Dooley, and Land Arts of the American West and SFAI resident artists. Drawing on this time together, this one-night event presents works and performances that reveal connections between capitalism and extraction, while puncturing these with creative, alternative, disruptive, and kin-forming ideas, languages, and practices.
Amy Catherine Hulshoff
Free and open to the public
Many thanks to everyone who has made this possible through sharing their experiences, stories, contributing to this collective effort, and supporting the Land Arts of the American West program. Thank you Daniel Tso, Sunny Dooley, Asha Canalos, Jonah Yellowman, SFAI Resident Artists Gil Ngolé, Syrus Marcus Ware, Melisse Watson, Su-Ying Lee, Xenia Benivolski, Santa Fe Art Institute, Department of Art and College of Fine Arts at the University of New Mexico, and Lannan Foundation.
Land Arts of the American West: to inspire and support environmentally andsocially engaged art practices through field-based bioregional teaching, collectivelearning, interdisciplinary research, community collaboration, and creative formsof publication and exhibition.
For further information about Land Arts of the American West:
Jeanette Hart-Mann, Director, Land Arts of the American West