4- Reclamation: Artists Books on the Environment

Aaron Hegert (Other)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition


Juried Group Exhibition. 75 works accepted out of 280 submitted.<br><br>San Francisco Center for the Book and San Francisco Public Library host <i>Reclamation: Artists' Books on the Environment</i>, a juried exhibition of artists' books exploring our relationship to the environment at this moment on the planet.<br><br>Environmental concerns demand increasing attention, from rising temperatures and dangerous weather events, to crises in water quality, to multiplying fires...the list goes on, echoed around the globe. Book artists create works that involve, educate, and inspire action. Book art takes many forms. <i>Reclamation: Artists' Books on the Environment</i> seeks to inspire and educate viewers to reflect on climate change and its impacts locally, nationally, and internationally. At the same time, the exhibition endeavors to avoid dualistic arguments common to today’s divisive political scene.<br><br>This exhibition takes place under the umbrella of The Codex Foundation's EXTRACTION: Art on the Edge of the Abyss(link is external) call to action.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Jun 2 2021


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