CURATED BY THE FUEL & LUMBER CO.
FEATURING WORK BY: DAVID ONRI ANDERSON | KATHERINE BRADFORD | KRISTA CLARK | MATTHEW F. FISHER | LONNIE HOLLEY | OSAMU KOBAYASHI | SHONA MACDONALD | ROB MAZUREK AND LEE ANNE SCHMITT | KEIKO NARAHASHI | BARB SMITH
Many of us have spent the better part of 2020 living with fear, anxiety, anger and sadness, often trying to maintain a sense of self and normalcy by gazing into a screen for companionship. We watch as our country is torn apart by a vicious virus, a racial reckoning long past due, and a political divide so deep it’s hard to imagine how we will ever be able to mend.
(I just left myself …)
Seeking some kind of refuge, something tangible, we look to nature for a connection to the greater, living thing that we are all a part of. We look to move outside of the frame, outside the walls of the spaces we inhabit, outside of our own bodies.