Photograph by Adam Hoff: Hart Prairie Preserve, 2011. www.adamhoff.com
A uniqueness and singularity exists within each person’s view of what it means to survive. This feeling of survival may appear in the form of the psychological, sexual, political, environmental, professional, familial, etc. It is this identity of the varying notions of personal continuity that this exhibition will address and refract through the art of four visual artists: Alicia Escott, Cameron Kelly, Holly Ray Wright, and Cybele Lyle.
Whether climbing at the gym or scaling Half Dome, this custom free-climb harness helps this fir log achieve new heights. Double stitching and high-density polymer foam allow for equal comfort and support. From Tailor Made, 2009.
Public Events In coordination with this exhibition, local groups offer related events and activities. The intent for the programming is to invite established groups to use 1078 Gallery as a place to share what they do and think about, together. This is the way we're approaching the notion of survival. We each find a way to navigate through the world by committing to creative disciplines that fortify us, often joining forces along the way.