If you are in Portugal this summer or fall, visit this fabulous museum in Évora, which hosts the Alter(action) exhibition, curated by Marta de Menezes. It is extra special for me to be included in this show with so many of my favorite Bio Artists!
Centro de Arte Moderna, Fundação Eugénio de Almeida
Alter(ação) / Alter(action) May – October 2021
Artworks by Alan Tod and Olga Kisseleva, Amy Youngs, Andy Gracie, António Caramelo, Brandon Ballengé, Carla Rebelo, Erich Berger, Felipe Shibuya and Pedro Cruz, Ken Rinaldo, Robertina Sebjanic and Lena Ortega, Victoria Vesna.
“The Alter(action) exhibition aims to showcase a series of national and international works on topics related to biodiversity, the collapse of civilizations, evolution, the adaptation of society to its environment and ecology, questions for the future, and what it has in store for us.”– Marta de Menezes
The theme of the show acknowledges these times of ecological and social uncertainty, yet with a focus on resilience. A fitting context for my Becoming Biodiversity project, as well as my wetlands prints from Flushing Meadows Corona Park. More information is on the museum website, along with this brochure about the works.