Celebrate the opening of our spring exhibitions, Delcy Morelos: Interwoven and On Earth.
Colombian artist Delcy Morelos (b. 1967) creates art that calls attention to connections between people and the environment. Using natural materials like textiles, fibers, clay, and soil, her work asks us to consider the earth as a living entity rather than a territory to be owned. Delcy Morelos: Interwoven features paintings, sculptures, and installations throughout Morelos’s career, including a monumental, immersive sculpture made from local soil and several works never before seen in the United States.
On Earth features five artists who use moving images to explore the complex relationships between humans and the natural environment. This exhibition’s film and video works present land as a central figure, introducing themes of temporality, ritual, memory, territory, loss, and birth. The artworks directly engage with challenging realities, while acknowledging the joy, creativity, and growth that a relationship with land can provide.
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