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This virtual artist talk will take
place via Zoom Webinar. Pre-registration is required.
artwork featured in Thea Clark: Do/Undois
from a period of a decade of Clark's production, beginning with
Hurricane Sandy and Irene (2011/2012), to the present day. The bodies
of work during this time period have focused on climate change.
climate crisis-informed artmaking incorporates various materials and
colors, oftentimes serving as a metaphor or bigger-picture ideas
about our relationship with the earth and the ongoing climate crisis.
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