ICOSA Collective presents "Human, Nature" opening reception

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"Human, Nature" opening reception
Laurence Unger, "Frozen Still Life," 2019, digital photograph, 18 x 24 inches Photo courtesy of Laurence Unger

ICOSA Collective presents "Human, Nature," a juried group exhibition curated by Claire Howard.

"Human, Nature" reflects on the shifting relationships to our bodies, each other, and the environment many have experienced during this time of public health and climate crises. For some, feelings of mutability or strangeness within our own bodies and in relation to others produced by illness and isolation conflicted with a desire for connection and tenderness. While nature offered a respite from time at home and the possibility to safely be with others, the consequences of climate change manifested in natural disasters frequently rendered the outdoors dangerous and unrecognizable. Selected from 196 submissions received in response to ICOSA’s open call, these nine artists trace the evolving ties between the natural world and ourselves.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until November 21.

Event Details



916 Springdale Rd. Bldg 2, #10
Austin, TX 78702

Ticket Info

Admission is free.