Artist Talk: Nina Elder

Monday Jan 14, 2019

University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM
US

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

Traci Quinn

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This presentation weaves together unlikely associations and the need for curiosity. Presented in conjunction with UNM’s School of Architecture and Planning and Elder’s experimental exhibition.

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In partnership with UNM’s School of Architecture and Planning.

Artist Nina Elder travels to some of the most environmentally impacted, geographically distant, and economically important places on the globe where she researches how the natural environment is changing through human-centered activities. This presentation weaves together unlikely associations between piles of rocks, military secrets, climate change, obsolete communication technology, deep time, meteorites, and the need for curiosity. Presented in conjunction with UNM’s School of Architecture and Planning and Nina Elder’s experimental exhibition Deep Time Lab at the UNM Art Museum, these events seek new connections between past, present, and potential futures.