Landscape Mythologies explores the interpretation of landscape by methods of fabrication and narration. It investigates if our view of the world can be unfolded through translations of physical, virtual and imagined spaces. Riddled with half-truths, the interpretations on display hold a fluid footing between imaginary or unverifiable existence and the real thing.
Reception: January 31, 5-7pm
Lecture by David Semeniuk: 5:45pm
David Semeniuk currently lives and works in Vancouver B.C., Canada. He is a formally trained scientist, and an autodidactic artist. David’s art practice is an aesthetic extension of his scientific exploration, in which he uses the medium of photography to experiment with how we experience everyday spaces.
FIELD – http://www.field.io/
Oscar Lhermitte – http://
Christine Nguyen – http://www.lephant.com/
Mike Ruiz – http://mikeruiz.org/
David Semeniuk – http://davidsemeniuk.com/
Curated by Logan Lape – http://loganlape.com/