Brandon Ballengée: Ti-tânes and Other Myths of the Anthropocene
October 4 - 26
Curator’s Talk: Thursday, October 4, 4 p.m.
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 4, 5-8 p.m.
Curated by Hyewon Yi and facilitated by Professor Yefeng (Frank) Wang, this solo exhibition by Brandon Ballengée, artist, biologist, environmental activist, and educator, presents a diverse body of work that expresses the artist’s concern for communities both human and non-human as they are affected by climate change and other ecological impacts of the Anthropocene. Ballengée advocates a collective creative effort by artists, scientists, and others in order to overcome the host of today’s global environmental issues. For this exhibition, Ballengée offers four series of diverse artworks in the form of installations, photographs, and mixed media that present dynamic visual representations of species in decline and threatened with extinction.