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Thursday, May 6 at 9:00am to 6:00pm
Lawrence Hall, LaVerne Krause Gallery
Entangled Watersheds / Entangled Futures is made of collected materials and video from the Willamette River Basin and sounds collaboratively recorded from the Trinity River Watershed in the land known as Texas. This site-responsive installation maps the inextricable ecological, political, social, and material relationships between humans and other beings, watersheds, land, and the air. The collected materials, like living bodies, are not objects so much as thresholds through which water moves, transporting information, nutrients, toxins, and trauma along the way. These thresholds are arranged to examine colonial and capitalist violence and remap space through waterways and relationships rather than through colonial roads, mapping technologies, and political boundaries.
BFA Thesis Exhibition by Billy von Raven
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