Sep 21, 2017
We are all connected–sometimes on the thinnest sheet of ice. Brooklyn-based artist Zaria Forman’s expressive Antarctic panoramas bring that delicate balance into focus and asks us to consider what’s at stake with climate change. Forman traveled to the most remote landscapes on earth to capture the beauty of the natural world alongside its haunting fragility in her show Antarctica.
Surrounded by her hyper-realistic drawings, this in-gallery interview conducted by Gage Academy’s artistic director Gary Faigin will immerse Forman–and us–in the immediacy of our shifting landscapes.
Recorded live at Winston Wächter Fine Art Gallery by Town Hall Seattle Saturday, September 9, 2017