Current Exhibition:

Emergence: Works by Amber Stucke and Edina Tokodi

March 18th - May 6th, 2017

Exhibiting the works of New York-based artist Edina Tokodi and Cincinnati-based artist Amber Stucke, Emergence explores organic growth systems and the human relationship to them through drawings, prints, and soil-based works. Both Stucke and Tokodi use their personal relationships with plants to inform their practices. This two-person exhibition will work to soften the line between the organic and inorganic elements in our urban daily lives, and attempt to shift our understanding of the border between nature and art.

Left: Edina Tokodi, Landscape I, 2016, concrete on paper, 16”x20” Right: Amber Stucke and Guillermo Galindo, Talking to Plants IIIIIIIIII (Rhizome State), 2016, 2 Pioneer PL 7 Turntables, 2 stereo speaker systems with amplifiers, pedestal, 2 unique vinyl records

Left: Edina Tokodi, Landscape I, 2016, concrete on paper, 16”x20”

Right: Amber Stucke and Guillermo Galindo, Talking to Plants IIIIIIIIII (Rhizome State), 2016, 2 Pioneer PL 7 Turntables, 2 stereo speaker systems with amplifiers, pedestal, 2 unique vinyl records


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