Lisa Jetonne’s interest in categorizing and labeling our natural environment offers a critical reflection on how and why we order natural objects.
Using ceramics to record all the varieties of the earth’s geological as well as botanical wealth, Jetonne creates multifaceted installations that echo natural history museum displays. As she writes, “I deconstruct information and materials, dividing and rearranging them to examine assumptions about ourselves and our environment.” Her work engages visitors in an exploration of how we construct a sense of scientific veracity.
2021/04/30 - 2021/06/13
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Exhibit on display: April 30-June 13, 2021
Artist Talk (5/26) 7pm-8pm