Excess and Environment: Sustainability in a World of Consumption
The presence of excess exists in our day-to-day lives, but often hides behind masks of disposal systems, social acceptance, and misinformation. This exhibit explores the idea of the impact of excess on our natural environment both visually and theoretically. The art involved will relate to the effect of mass consumption and waste on the environment. All sales of art will benefit the non-profit organization, Art for Global Justice (artforglobaljustice.org).
Friday, April 16th 2010
7:00 pm to 11:00 pm
AE Studios LIC, 39-06 Crescent Street
(off the corner of 39th Ave.)
Long Island City, Queens, NY 11101
7, E, V, N, R, or W trains to Queensboro Plaza
Exhibit will be open by appointment from April 16th - April 23rd
Artists showing work include Chris Jordan, Eve Mosher, Walter "Tinho" Nomura, Akirash, Mikal Hameed, Erwin Timmers, Miles Wickham, Beau Stanton, Destroy and Rebuild, Christina Chobot, Trash Track, and more.