Kaitlin Bryson and Hollis Moore: Sympoiesis at Harwood Art Center, Albuquerque
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Kaitlin Bryson and Hollis Moore: Sympoiesis

Thursday April 25, 2019

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1114 Seventh Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102-2051

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Sympoiesis considers ways in which different organisms and species come together to make new worlds. It was created by Donna Haraway as an antithesis to the word autopoiesis, which refers to a self regulated system. This word provided a model for how we are creating work. In this exhibition a variety of different media and species coalesce to create a symbiotic system with healing potentials. Together, Kaitlin Bryson and Hollis Moore, investigate ecosystems of both the Middle Rio Grande in New Mexico and the Danda River in Nepal and present their observations and notations.

Kaitlin Bryson & Hollis Moore, Sympoiesis