Natalie Jeremijenko: A solo exhibition.
Dates: January 20 - April 8, 2017
Opening Reception: Friday, January 20th, 5pm-7pm
Curator: Rachel Moore
Natalie Jeremijenko is an international artist, engineer and inventor with a speciality in environmental and urban issues. Her work in the galleries will be a blend of new initiatives and past work with a focus on activating the space through environmentally conscious projects. The Art Center is simultaneously curating a large scale site-specific project on the grounds of Spruce Peak at Stowe, January - April 2017.
Thursday, 16th of March at Helen Day Art Center
GREENLIGHT MUTUALISMS 5pm - 6pm
wherein we explore and re-create life support systems for human-plant domestic partnerships.
unBOOK Manufactory 6pm - 7pm
wherein we explore bookmaking as both the practice of laying bets on various possibilities; and combining pages and binding socio-ecological contracts into a book form to catalog the organisms we have and observations we might take to remake health biodiversity.
Saturday, 18th of March at Spruce Peak Pavilion
BELLYDANCING (ON ICE) 12pm - 2pm
unBOOK Manufactory 4pm - 6pm
Thursday, 6th of April at Helen Day Art Center
Design Review with Natalie Jeremijenko
Friday, 7th of April at Spruce Peak Pavilion
Secret Dance Party (shh!)
Saturday, 8th of April at Spruce Peak Pavilion
CLOSING RECEPTION 4pm - 7pm
Artist Talk and unBOOK Manufactory