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Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

Exhibition Detail
Reimagine: That Which We Know But Don’t Realize
701 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94103


May 16th, 2012 - September 16th, 2012
 
, Aaron TerryAaron Terry
© Courtesy of Ever Gold Gallery
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landscape, installation, photography
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As the human population expands, the landscapes that have shaped, taught, and nurtured us are rapidly shifting and forcing out the past in the name of progress. The latest RBI installation, Reimagine: That Which We Know But Don’t Realize, explores the ways in which we simultaneously create and conceal meaning in landscapes, and how that process defines us in relation to our environment. The installation features an interactive alternative visual history of the Bay Area by artist Aaron Terry, including an elevated platform that will provide a heightened perspective on the work; an exhibit by photographer Joan Osato that juxtaposes intimate portraiture and panoramic landscapes; and a music-video work by artist and musician Khalil Anthony that will allow viewer to record music and spoken words to add their voice to a world reimagined.


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