Reimagining Earth

September 8 - October 8, 2022

This event last occurred Oct. 8, 2022

Reimagining Earth features the works of ASU MFA alumni who explore the experience of the human animal and the non-human creatures that share this earth. Artists employ philosophy, science, environmental research and political policy to consider the potential for transforming land, sea, air and space as the effects of the Anthropocene continue to influence everything from weather and the migration of animals to the chemical composition of the atmosphere. These artists search for meaning, marvel at the nearly invisible world of insects, consider Manifest Destiny’s influence on space exploration, elucidate the threat of familiar household habits on our waterways and document human interventions in the landscape.

Receptions: Sept. 16 with Dana Fritz and Martina Shenal, and Oct. 7 with David Emitt Adams and Joshua White, doors open at 6, artist talks begin at 6:30 pm.

Top, left to right © Navajo Refinery, David Emitt Adams, © Green Duct Work, Dana Fritz,
© Fennel, Chive, Sage, Barbara Gilson, © Further West, Joshua White

Bottom, left to right © Suizenji Garden (Fuji-san), Kumamoto Prefecture, Martina Shenal,
©  Water Ways, Mallory Cremin, © Geometry of Flight, Michael Marshall.
©  Honey Bee, Daniel Kariko

Reimaging Earth


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For more information contact:

Liz Allen
School of Art