January 13 – March 25, 2023
Opening January 13, Entanglements explores our connections to the natural world. Through a variety of lenses, artists in this exhibition negotiate and engage with the environment, illustrating the complex relationships humans have to nature and its resources. These artists employ diverse approaches and intentions, bringing awareness to the current state of our environment to inspire action, giving discarded remains new life, or exploring regenerative capabilities of ecosystems.
The exhibition will run during Denver’s Month of Photography (March 2023) during which art venues throughout the region celebrate the medium of photography in its many forms and iterations.
Marcella Kwe, Aki, 2022 (video still).
Artists in the Exhibition
Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukács
Rocky Mountain Land Library
The Rocky Mountain Land Library’s mission is to help connect people to nature and the land.
We work to protect Colorado’s climate, air, land, water, and communities through organizing, advocacy, and elections.
Groundwork Denver partners with youth and community to build a healthy, equitable, and sustainable environment.
Working together for clean air, clean water, clean energy, wildlife, open spaces and a livable climate.
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Header Image: Dornith Doherty, Turbulent, 2019
Event Banner Image: Marcella Kwe, Aki (video still), 2022
Footer Image: Felicity Hammond, Hidden Gems, 2022