Participating Artists: Elizabeth Conlin, Jo Hatlevig, Sara Inacio, Ellanor Milkgren, Ssengam Niloc, Anna Welch, Emma Wolfsohn
Movement is essential to knowing the world in which we exist; to feel the shape of the earth and the distance that defines us. This holds true today, despite our culture, which encourages an ever more insular and sedentary lifestyle. In this way, travel is rebellion.
Travel means letting go of the space of your everyday, and returning transformed through experience. Journeys pull us into uncharted territory, taking us into the arms of people we never would have dreamed of meeting. They are a fertile place for curiosity. They are risky and brave. They’re charged with the faith in flying by the seat of your pants.
The work displayed here is created by folks whose lives and artistic practice have been impacted by movement. This exhibition shines a spotlight on those artists, who have traveled there and back, to tell their tales.
The exhibition features a diverse range of work, created by artists whose practice has been impacted by movement, including installation, ceramic, sculpture and print. Much of the work is interactive. There will be three evenings of events in the space over the course of the exhibition.